ABCD: Any Body Can Dance
ABCD: Anybody Can Dance is a 2013 Indian 3D dance drama film directed and choreographed by choreographer Remo D'Souza and produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur and Ronnie Screwvala. The film stars Ganesh Acharya and Kay Kay Menon in lead roles; the participants of Dance India Dance appear in supporting roles. Along with the Tamil and Telugu dubbed versions titled Aadalam Boys Chinnatha Dance and ABCD respectively; the film, made at a budget of Rs 120 million, was released worldwide in 3D on 8 February 2013 to positive reviews from critics. A sequel titled ABCD 2 was released on 19 June 2015. A long time ago After having a bitter disagreement with his friend and manager Jehangir Khan about the latter's blatant abuse of power and influence to win a dance competition called "Dance Dil Se" for his team JDC, the choreographer of the dance company, quits his job. At first he wants to return home to Chennai, but his friend Gopi asks him to stay in Mumbai with him. Vishnu observes several young men using parkour to evade the police.
They turn out to be proteges of Gopi, but despite their obvious raw talent, they lack the discipline required to become serious artists. After witnessing the youngsters showing their dancing abilities at Ganpati Chaturthi against their talented rival neighborhood, Vishnu decides to start his own dance group with them preparing them to compete in "Dance Dil Se". However, the lack of discipline among the dancers and rivalry between the two factions in the group led by D and Rocky leads to multiple creative and emotional blocks. Only Rocky and his gang are willing to attend the free classes, but soon D and his friends gravitate towards the studio, they are soon joined by Chandu, a troubled but extraordinarily talented man suffering from a drug addiction, Shaina, a "bar dancer", Rhea, a Westerner, JDC's star dancer until Jehangir tried to sexually assault her during a "private instruction". Rhea becomes the new star of the company. Though the students are skeptical of Shaina because of her profession.
Chandu demonstrates a great deal of respect for Shaina and defends her in front of the class despite teasing from his peers. The pair fall for one another, leaving quite a few of the boys heartbroken. Despite repeated pleas for peace in the studio, the two main gangs continue to clash, driving Vishnu to his wit's end. However, the students seem to improve and as a reward, he gives them money to buy new speakers, but they nearly lose it all when Rhea takes them to an elite dance club where they challenge the resident champions, a professional dance crew called "Fictitious Crew". Vishnu arrives at the last minute and wins back the money, but while his students gain new respect for him he is furious with them. After some hard apologizing, he forgives them and they return to class with greater discipline and drive, only to be thrown out on the street after D's father calls the cops. During all of this Rocky and Rhea start to fall for each other whilst D burns with jealousy; the community complains that their children should not be mixing in such a way and only through an impromptu dance performance are the youth able to convince their families of the importance of their talent.
Only D's conservative and orthodox father refused to accept. The crew head to Dance Dil Se and audition, but when Rocky and D fight onstage for Rhea, their chances of appearing on the show in the first place seems bleak. Jehangir, in a bid to humiliate Vishnu publicly, persuades the judges to take the "Dhongri Dance Revolution" crew on as a "comedy act". Faced with ridicule and the idea that they are a joke and not true dancers, Vishnu asks Rocky and D to do a step that requires a great deal of trust from both, but they cannot muster the trust to manage it. Vishnu has them choose the people they would trust to perform the step with, but tricks both dancers by blindfolding them and having them attempt it again. Vishnu states that unless the two manage to do the step without blindfolds none of the dancers would be allowed to go home for the night. Several abortive and unsuccessful attempts D and Rocky take a break and Chandu talks to D and tells him about Bhavana's secret love for D. Bhavana and D get together, D completes the move with Rocky, the two factions begin to trust each other and work together.
Before the semifinals, Chandu prepares to propose to Shaina, but he meets his old drug dealer on the street. Now free from the hold of drugs he refuses to fall back into that world, but the dealer, tosses the ring intended for Shaina at him and it falls into the street; as he retrieves it, Chandu killed, leaving the team devastated. Shaina, though able to stand from grief, becomes the centerpiece of the team's semifinal routine, in which they express the loss of their friend, bringing audience members to tears; the team and the community come together to cremate Chandu, DDR resolves to continue in the competition in Chandu's memory. At the finals, Jehangir pulls a dirty trick: his informant Mayur leads JDC's dancers to copy DDR's choreography and performance concept. Faced with losing, DDR crafts a new routine on the spot, based around Lord Ganesha, their heartfelt and spontaneous performance reminds the cold-hearted Jehangir why he and Vishnu started JDC in the first plac
American Broadcasting Company
The American Broadcasting Company is an American commercial broadcast television network, a flagship property of Walt Disney Television, a subsidiary of the Disney Media Networks division of The Walt Disney Company. The network is headquartered in Burbank, California on Riverside Drive, directly across the street from Walt Disney Studios and adjacent to the Roy E. Disney Animation Building, But the network's second corporate headquarters and News headquarters remains in New York City, New York at their broadcast center on 77 West 66th Street in Lincoln Square in Upper West Side Manhattan. Since 2007, when ABC Radio was sold to Citadel Broadcasting, ABC has reduced its broadcasting operations exclusively to television; the fifth-oldest major broadcasting network in the world and the youngest of the Big Three television networks, ABC is nicknamed as "The Alphabet Network", as its initialism represents the first three letters of the English alphabet, in order. ABC launched as a radio network on October 12, 1943, serving as the successor to the NBC Blue Network, purchased by Edward J. Noble.
It extended its operations to television in 1948, following in the footsteps of established broadcast networks CBS and NBC. In the mid-1950s, ABC merged with United Paramount Theatres, a chain of movie theaters that operated as a subsidiary of Paramount Pictures. Leonard Goldenson, the head of UPT, made the new television network profitable by helping develop and greenlight many successful series. In the 1980s, after purchasing an 80 percent interest in cable sports channel ESPN, the network's corporate parent, American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. merged with Capital Cities Communications, owner of several print publications, television and radio stations. In 1996, most of Capital Cities/ABC's assets were purchased by The Walt Disney Company; the television network has eight owned-and-operated and over 232 affiliated television stations throughout the United States and its territories. Some of the ABC-affiliated stations can be seen in Canada via pay-television providers, certain other affiliates can be received over-the-air in areas within the Canada–United States border.
ABC News provides news and features content for select radio stations owned by Citadel Broadcasting, which purchased the ABC Radio properties in 2007. In the 1930s, radio in the United States was dominated by three companies: the Columbia Broadcasting System, the Mutual Broadcasting System, the National Broadcasting Company; the last was owned by electronics manufacturer Radio Corporation of America, which owned two radio networks that each ran different varieties of programming, NBC Blue and NBC Red. The NBC Blue Network was created in 1927 for the primary purpose of testing new programs on markets of lesser importance than those served by NBC Red, which served the major cities, to test drama series. In 1934, Mutual filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission regarding its difficulties in establishing new stations, in a radio market, being saturated by NBC and CBS. In 1938, the FCC began a series of investigations into the practices of radio networks and published its report on the broadcasting of network radio programs in 1940.
The report recommended that RCA give up control of either NBC NBC Blue. At that time, the NBC Red Network was the principal radio network in the United States and, according to the FCC, RCA was using NBC Blue to eliminate any hint of competition. Having no power over the networks themselves, the FCC established a regulation forbidding licenses to be issued for radio stations if they were affiliated with a network which owned multiple networks that provided content of public interest. Once Mutual's appeals against the FCC were rejected, RCA decided to sell NBC Blue in 1941, gave the mandate to do so to Mark Woods. RCA converted the NBC Blue Network into an independent subsidiary, formally divorcing the operations of NBC Red and NBC Blue on January 8, 1942, with the Blue Network being referred to on-air as either "Blue" or "Blue Network"; the newly separated NBC Red and NBC Blue divided their respective corporate assets. Between 1942 and 1943, Woods offered to sell the entire NBC Blue Network, a package that included leases on landlines, three pending television licenses, 60 affiliates, four operations facilities, contracts with actors, the brand associated with the Blue Network.
Investment firm Dillon, Read & Co. offered $7.5 million to purchase the network, but the offer was rejected by Woods and RCA president David Sarnoff. Edward J. Noble, the owner of Life Savers candy, drugstore chain Rexall and New York City radio station WMCA, purchased the network for $8 million. Due to FCC ownership rules, the transaction, to include the purchase of three RCA stations by Noble, would require him to resell his station with the FCC's approval; the Commission authorized the transaction on October 12, 1943. Soon afterward, the Blue Network was purchased by the new company Noble founded, the American Broadcasting System. Noble subsequently acquired the rights to the American Broadcasting Company name from George B. Storer in 1944. Meanwhile, in August 1944, the West Coast division of the Blue Network, which owned San Francisco radio station KGO, bought Los Angeles station KECA f
Bunge Limited is an American agribusiness and food company, incorporated in Bermuda, headquartered in White Plains, New York, United States. As well as being an international soybean exporter, it is involved in food processing, grain trading, fertilizer, it competes with Archer Daniels Midland. The company has 32,000 employees in 40 countries. Bunge y Born was founded in 1818 by Johann Peter Gotlieb Bunge in Amsterdam, it was relocated to Antwerp by Edouard Bounge in 1859. Edouard's brother; the company was converted into the Bermuda-registered Bunge International in 1994, retaining the Bunge y Born name only in Argentina. Bunge remained a held company of 180 shareholders and divested itself in 1998 of all its retail foods interests in favor of a greater role in international agribusiness and commodity markets. Bunge went public on the New York Stock Exchange in 2001, becoming Bunge Limited. In 1994, the Bermuda-registered Bunge International was created as the main company in which the families had shares.
There were around 180 shareholders—the main families were Hirsch, Born, De La Tour. This replaced the older structure in which individual shareholders had stakes in all the different Bunge companies. Now only in Argentina does. In 2001, under the leadership of Alberto Weisser, Bunge was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Through their three businesses—agribusiness and food products—they have established a leading global presence in the farm-to-consumer food chain. Bunge is the world's largest oilseed processor, the world's number one seller of bottled vegetable oil to consumers and the largest producer and supplier of fertilizers to farmers in South America. In 2004, Bunge acquired parent of oilseed companies Central Soya and CanAmera Foods. In 2008, Bunge acquired a margarine company, from Germany. In 2009, Bunge acquired the margarine business from Raisio Group, maker of functional food ingredients. In 2017, Bunge announced intentions to acquire a 70% stake in IOI Loders Croklaan for $946 million from Malaysian palm oil producer IOI Corp Berhad.
In 2012, Bunge came under criticism from NGO Survival International for sourcing its sugarcane from the ancestral land of the Guaraní people in Brazil. It has been reported by the tribe that crop production has brought pesticides and machinery that has damaged their health, as well as restricting them to a small area that has prevented them from hunting and practicing their traditions. In January 2003, opposition from the tribe had led to the killing of their chief Marcus Vernon by ranchers. In 2012, survivors were requesting Bunge follows the example of the company Raízen, which agreed to stop the sourcing of sugarcane from the area. In May 2017, Glencore in Switzerland began pursuing the acquisition of Bunge. In early June 2017, Bunge hired advisers to help it fend off Glencore's takeover interest. In January 2017, Archer Daniels Midland agreed to sell its crop risk services unit to Validus Holdings for $127.5 million. On January 19, 2018, it was reported that Archer Daniels Midland had approached Bunge Ltd. about a takeover, with details "unclear."
At that point, Bunge had a market value of about $9.8 billion, was still being pursued by Glencore. The company's operations include: originating oilseeds and grains from the world's primary growing regions and transporting them to customers worldwide. In 2006, the United States Environmental Protection Agency filed charges against Bunge company regarding pollution emissions; this involved twelve soybean processing plants and corn mills in eight states throughout the US. The lawsuit claimed Bunge violated the Clean Air Act by constructing major modifications that increased emissions. Bunge was required to implement engineering changes and pollution control projects, estimated to cost $12 million, to reduce emissions at the facilities by 2,200 tons a year; the settlement called for Bunge to pay a cash penalty of $625,000 and to spend $1.25 million to fund community-based environmental projects selected by and to be supervised by the impacted states. The state of Kansas will receive $22,000 of the $625,000 civil penalty, this being issued by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
Current team as of August 2017: Soren Schroder, CEO, Bunge Limited Todd Bastean, CEO, Bunge North America Thomas M. Boehlert, Chief Financial Officer, Bunge Limited Gordon Hardie, Managing Director, Food & Ingredients, Bunge Limited Enrique Humanes, CEO, Bunge Southern Cone Tommy Jensen, CEO, Bunge Europe, Middle East & Africa David G. Kabbes, General Counsel and Managing Director, Corporate Affairs Pierre Mauger, Chief Development Officer, Bunge Limited Raul Padilla, CEO, Bunge Brazil Deborah Borg, Executive Vice President - Chief Human Resources Officer, Bunge Limited Brian Thomsen, Managing Director, Bunge Global Agribusiness and CEO, Bunge Product LinesFormer team members: Frank Jimenez, General Counsel and Managing Director, Corporate Affairs, Bunge Limited Christopher White, Senior Advisor, Bunge Limi
ABCD: American-Born Confused Desi
ABCD: American-Born Confused Desi is a 2013 Malayalam comedy film directed by Martin Prakkat, produced by Shibu Thameens under the banner of Thameens_films. It stars Jacob Gregory, Aparna Gopinath and Tovino Thomas in the lead roles; the film features music composed by Gopi Sunder, cinematography is handled by Jomon T. John; the film deals about the journey of two young American Malayalees to Kerala. The title is based on the term American-Born Confused Desi; the film was remade in Telugu as same name with Allu Sirish. The story revolves around two spoiled youngsters: Jones Isaac and his cousin Korah. Jones is the son of a millionaire named Isaac, settled in New York, while Korah's mother left for Paris with her new husband. Jones and Korah enjoy their luxurious life by driving luxurious cars. Isaac decides to send them to India, telling them its a vacation, Issac blocks their credit cards, forcing them to live in poverty in Kerala, where they become famous. Dulquer Salman as Jones Isaac Jacob Gregory as Korah Murikkan Aparna Gopinath as Madhumitha Tovino Thomas as Akhilesh Varma Vijayaraghavan as K.
P. Ravi Varma Lalu Alex as Dr. Isaac John Sajini Sachariah as Susan S. P. Sreekumar as Lloyd Fernandes Sijoy Varghese as Police Commissioner Shivaji Guruvayoor as Vennala Gopalan Krishnabhaskar Mangalasserri as Chempil Ashokan as Zachariya Dinesh Paniker as Shekhar Pillan Kalpana as Selinamma Nandhu as Kunjachan Kalasala Babu as Chief Minister Thampi Antony as Thampi Kalabhavan Navas as Saji Anand as Pothen Savannah Schechter -Cameo Appearance Krishnaprasad-Cameo Appearance Santhakumari-Cameo Appearance The project was announced a few months before its shoot, acquiring the licence to shoot in the US delayed the commencement of the project. Many actresses were considered for the heroine including Isha Talwar, but theatre artist Aparna Gopinath was selected for the role in her debut film. Jacob Gregory, a mutual friend of Martin played the character of Korah, he himself auditioned for the role. He had been part of the film from the scripting process itself; the shooting was announced to start in March 2013 in U.
S. New York City was the main location for the scenes shot in America; the original plan was to start the shooting of the film in the U. S. but that had to be changed after it became difficult to get the required permission and the visas. So the schedules were altered and the scenes in Kerala was wrapped up first; the college scenes were shot inside the Federal Institute of Angamaly. The filming of few'montage cuts' for showing in between the songs were shot at the college. Unni R Nair of Kerala9 stated that the movie is a "confused mess to an extent" and was "not up to the mark", but gave 3.5 stars in a scale of 5. Sudheer Shah, writing for IndiaGlitz, awarded the movie 6.5 stars out of 10, concluding that "ABCD is one movie that must not be taken with any bit of seriousness." And that "If you have a few hours to laugh out for simple jokes that are not that intelligent, this is your movie." Shekhar of OneIndia gave the movie 3/5 stars, called the movie "a wonderful comedy entertainer, which has an interesting story" and said that "If you are comedy lover, don't miss to watch this film."
Aswin J Kumar of The Times of India wrote that the movie is "watchable for the chemistry between Johns and Kora", giving it 3 stars. Rahul of Metro Matinee rated the movie as Entertaining, while stating that "it entertains in full throttle, asks the right questions and provides moments of emotional ecstasy and angst, all of, part and parcel of a feel good movie." Paresh C Palicha of Rediff awarded the movie 2.5 stars, wrote that the movie "is a showcase for Dulquer Salmaan. The music of the film is from Gopi Sundar; the soundtrack features a remixed version of the song "Nayaapaisayilla" sung by Mehaboob for the 1960 film Neelisally. This version will be sung by Junior Mehaboob. Official website ABCD on IMDb
Cargill, Incorporated is an American held global corporation based in Minnetonka and incorporated in Wilmington, Delaware. Founded in 1865, it is the largest held corporation in the United States in terms of revenue. If it were a public company, it would rank, as of 2015, number 15 on the Fortune 500, behind McKesson and ahead of AT&T; some of Cargill's major businesses are trading and distributing grain and other agricultural commodities, such as palm oil. Cargill has a large financial services arm, which manages financial risks in the commodity markets for the company. In 2003, it split off a portion of its financial operations into Black River Asset Management, a hedge fund with about $10 billion of assets and liabilities, it owned 2/3 of the shares of The Mosaic Company, one of the world's leading producers and marketers of concentrated phosphate and potash crop nutrients. Cargill reports revenues of $114.695 billion and earnings of $3.103 billion in 2018. Employing over 155,000 employees in 66 countries, it is responsible for 25% of all United States grain exports.
The company supplies about 22% of the US domestic meat market, importing more product from Argentina than any other company, is the largest poultry producer in Thailand. All the eggs used in US McDonald's restaurants pass through Cargill's plants, it is the only US producer of Alberger process salt, used in the fast-food and prepared food industries. Cargill remains a family-owned business; as a result, most of its growth has been due to reinvestment of the company's own earnings rather than public financing. Gregory R. Page succeeded former CEO Warren Staley in mid-2007, as Staley reached Cargill's mandatory retirement age of 65, was CEO and chairman until 2013, when he in turn was succeeded by Dave MacLennan. Cargill was founded in 1865 by William W. Cargill when he bought a grain flat house in Conover, Iowa. A year William was joined by his brother Sam, forming W. W. Cargill and Brother. Together, they opened a lumberyard. In 1875, Cargill moved to La Crosse and their brother James joined the business.
La Crosse was strategically located on the Mississippi near the junctions of the La Crosse River and Southern Minnesota divisions of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. Sam Cargill left La Crosse in 1887 to manage the office in Minneapolis, an important emerging grain center. Three years the Minneapolis operation incorporated as Cargill Elevator Co.. In 1898, John H. MacMillan, Sr. and his brother, began working for W. W. Cargill. MacMillan married William Cargill's eldest daughter, Edna. Upon Sam Cargill's death in 1903, William Cargill became the sole owner of the La Crosse office. John MacMillan was named general manager of Cargill Elevator Company and moved his family to Minneapolis. William Cargill died in 1909. MacMillan worked to resolve the credit issues and to force his brother-in-law William S. Cargill out of the company; the current owners are descended from John MacMillan's two sons, John H. MacMillan, Jr. and Cargill MacMillan, Sr. and his youngest brother-in-law, Austen S. Cargill I.
John MacMillan ran the company until his retirement in 1936. Under his leadership Cargill grew several fold, expanding out of the Midwest by opening its first East coast offices, in New York, in 1923, the first Canadian and Latin American offices in 1928, 1929 and 1930. During this time, Cargill saw both record profits and major cash crunches; the first of the crises was the debt left by the death of William W. Cargill; the company issued $2.25 million in Gold Notes, backed by Cargill stock. The Gold Notes were due in 1917, but thanks to record grain prices caused by World War I all debts were paid by 1915; as World War I continued into 1917, Cargill made record earnings and faced criticisms of war profiteering. Four years as a fallout from the financial crash of 1920, Cargill posted its first loss. One of the biggest criticisms of the company has been its perceived arrogance; the MacMillans' aggressive management style led to a decades-long feud with the Chicago Board of Trade. It began in 1934.
The US government forced it to accept Cargill as a member. The 1936 corn crop failed and with the 1937 crop unavailable until October, the Chicago Board of Trade ordered Cargill to sell some of its corn. Cargill refused to comply; the US Commodity Exchange Authority and Chicago Board of Trade accused Cargill of trying to corner the corn market. In 1938, the Chicago Board suspended three of its officers from the trading floor; when the Board lifted its suspension a few years Cargill refused to rejoin, instead trading through independent traders. In 1962, Cargill did rejoin the Chicago Board of Trade, two years after the death of John MacMillan, Jr. During World War II, MacMillan, Jr. continued to expand the company, which boomed as it stored and transported grain and built ships for the United States Navy. In 1960, Erwin Kelm became the first non-family chief executive. Aiming for expansion into downstream production, he led the company into milling, starche
ABCD 2 is a 2015 Indian 3D biographical dance drama film directed by Remo D'Souza and produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur under Walt Disney Pictures. The film stars Prabhu Deva, Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Sushant Pujari, Raghav Juyal, Dharmesh Yelande, Punit Pathak and Lauren Gottlieb, it is the sequel to the 2013 film ABCD: Any Body Can Dance. ABCD 2 released on 19 June 2015; the decommissioned warship INS Vikrant was featured as a backdrop behind the dance group's practice area during the first half of the film. The film explores the career journey of Suresh and Vernon of the "fictitious dance crew", who went on to win the World Hip Hop Dance Championship in Las Vegas. Suresh'Suru' Mukund wants to be a big dancer to fulfill his mother's wish. Vinnie wants to be the best hip-hop dancer. Childhood friends from suburban Nalasopara, they form a team and participate in a national level competition Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin where they are disqualified from the grand finale as their moves are revealed to be copied from the performance act of the Philippine All Stars and the judges term them cheaters.
Everyone departs to search for jobs. Suru returns to work in a bar as a waiter, Vinnie rejoins a beauty parlour and Vernon gets back as a delivery boy where, on and off, they are insulted as cheaters; the departure of angry teammates adds insult to injury, nothing is set to be corrected. Suru hopes to remove the negative tag by planning to win a grander hip-hop competition in Las Vegas. One day he watches Vishnu, a rogue visitor, prove his dance mettle to a betting visitor in the bar and convinces him to be their choreographer, they formulate the team. They visit the qualifiers in Bangalore, where they are pre-insulted as cheaters, but manage to win it after Vishnu begs the audience for one last chance for the team. Although things are fine, Suru is broken when Shetty Anna, the owner of the bar where he is employed, refuses to provide him financial support extending to Rs. 25 lakhs, something he had earlier publicly promised to Suru at the time of the Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin finale, Suru leaves the place, angry at Anna's insulting language for Vinnie.
However, Vishnu manages to get the money from Crocxz's uncle who he convinces, after Suru loses hope when Vishnu gets angry at his inability to arrange team funds. They prepare to go to Las Vegas, but Vinod, a deaf-mute dancer, learns from Vishnu himself that the latter has ulterior motives to go to Vegas, and, as a matter of fact, he had deliberately impressed Suru and friends to procure a way out for his plan. In Las Vegas they win the qualifiers. Vishnu leaves the hotel with team money to meet his son Manu, whose mother, Swati is married to another man and has moved on in life, he leaves with a contented heart. In the meantime, Vinnie gets injured due to excessive rehearsal and is replaced by Olive, an American girl of partial Indian origin, Vishnu discovers this while thanking friend Gopi, who works in a bar-cum-hotel. At the same time, Suru is enraged when he finds Vishnu missing and tries to proceed with jam sessions all on his own, but in vain. Vishnu returns while trying to save the day for Suru from the German team as they get into a fight admitting he had made a'mistake' leaving without permission although he didn't want to lose a family he had yearned to create in years, apologizes, is forgiven by Suru, the team enters the finals.
Across rehearsals, Olive gets close to Suru and a jealous Vinnie tells Suru she loves him. Although Olive has feelings for Suru, an in-person conversation with Vinnie assures Olive that Suru had that inherent charm with nothing to do about his sweetness, she agrees to continue with the Indian Stunners after Vinnie recovers; the team enters the final, where Vinod's health worsens during a fictitious assemblage and the Indian Stunners end up making this grave mistake in the formation only to fall down, since D knew about Vinod's tuberculosis problem. Everyone has given up after the accident, when Vinod tries to encourage Suru, who forgoes the accident and the others return to make the formation with success with Vinod at the bottom, they don't win the competition but win the hearts of millions, with Suru lending a voiceover narrative about his mother's motivational lessons on dance. Varun Dhawan as Suresh Mukund Prabhu Deva as VishnuShraddha Kapoor as Vinnie Sharma Sushant Pujari as Vernon Monteiro Lauren Gottlieb as Olive Raghav Juyal as Raghav Dharmesh Yelande as Dharmesh "D" Punit Pathak as Vinod Tisca Chopra as Swati Murali Sharma Shetty Anna Pavan Rao as Pavan Dipak Salve as Dipak Sandip Sable as Sandi Pravin Bhosale as Chotu Karthik as Raju Prachi Shah as Padmashree Durga Devi Alina Kumar as Mayuri.
Jineet Rath as Manu Pooja Batra in a Special appearance ABCD 2 was shot in Mumbai and Las Vegas. The shooting was over in March 2015; the young-talented French duo Les Twins were roped in for a special freestyle dance in the song "Tattoo". Shraddha Kapoor is known to have brought in her 26th birthday on the set of this film with a princess cake; the film was released by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures on 19 June 2015. However, the film's choreographer & director Remo D'Souza wanted to pre-release it on 18 June 2015 due to the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, he stated, We just come to know that the Holy month of Ramadan starts on 19 June, the day we have scheduled the release of ABCD2. I've been receiving so many emails and messages from my Muslim friends requesting not to release on that day, as they
The term ABC Region is an industrial region in Greater São Paulo, Brazil. The name refers to three smaller cities south of São Paulo, capital of the Brazilian state of the same name; these three cities were Santo André, São Bernardo do Campo, São Caetano do Sul. The region became known as the ABCD, with the addition of the city of Diadema; the ABC region is known in Brazil and abroad because of the great number of international companies car manufacturers, in its area. National media and organizations consider ABC a powerful industrial pole and birthplace of the labor union movement that fought against dictatorship in the 1970s and 1980s. In this region was formed the Workers' Party whose activities and popularity launched a great figure to the best known names in Brazil: Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, or Lula, president of Brazil in 2002. In 2006, the Universidade Federal do. Total Population: 2,546,135 inhabitants Santo André: 673,914 inhabitants – Literacy rate: 95.9% São Bernardo do Campo: 765,203 – Literacy rate: 95.4% São Caetano do Sul: 149,571 – Literacy rate: 97.2% Diadema: 386,039 – Literacy rate: 93.8% Mauá: 417,281 – Literacy rate: 94% Ribeirão Pires: 113,043 - Literacy rate: 95% Rio Grande da Serra: 44,084 - Literacy rate: 92.4% Class A/B: 70% Class C: 25% Class D/E: 5%Source: Brazilian Census 2000 and Brazilian Census 2010.
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