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Luís Pimenta (football manager)

Luís Berkemeier Pimenta is a Portuguese football manager. Pimenta was born in Portugal to a Portuguese father and a German mother. At the age of 5, he moved to Luxembourg with his family. At 15, Pimenta decided that he wanted to pursue a career as a football manager, completed all his UEFA training courses. From Luxembourg he returned to the Portuguese capital to study human kinetics at the university. During his degree course, he went to Liverpool to learn psychology and football science, as well as deepen his knowledge of English. Back in Portugal, he met Gonçalo Pereira, destined to be his deputy for the years to come. After finishing the course and Pereira entered the technical staff of Rui Jorge at Belenenses. At the same time, Pimenta worked at the Academia Carlos Queiroz in Carnaxide. In October 2011, Pimenta was invited to manage the youth academy of the Norwegian club of Hønefoss, being an assistant for the first team, where they reached the best classification in the club's history in 2012, under the lead of Leif Gunnar Smerud.

He became the assistant manager of Roar Johansen in 2014. In September 2014, he became the manager of Kongsvinger replacing André Bergdølmo, where Pimenta got his first experience as head coach, he helped the team getting up from the 3. Divisjon to the 2. Divisjon 20 points ahead of their closest rivals; the next year, Konsginver finished in fifth and qualified for the promotion playoffs and, more made the 2016 Norwegian Football Cup final, losing to Rosenborg BK. At the end of the season, he left the club. After a year off, Pimenta became the head coach of the Swedish club IF Brommapojkarna in the 2018 Allsvenskan, after two seasons of successive promotions by Olof Mellberg. Again, he brought Gonçalo Pereira along as his deputy. In August 2018, some players came forward, although under anonymity, to reveal an alleged leadership influenced by racism and sexism. Despite an internal investigation concluding that the accusations were false, as stated since the beginning by Pimenta and his two assistants reached an agreement with the club for the termination of the contract.

Two days after Pimenta’s departure, Brommapojkarna's sport’s director, Daniel Majstorovic, disagreeing with the way the club handled this situation, emphasizing that the accusations were false. Pimenta signed with the Latvian club Riga in February 2019, but left a month on 2 March. Soccerway Profile

Filmi qawwali

Filmi qawwali is a form of qawwali music found in the Lollywood, Dhallywood and Bollywood film industries. It represents a distinct subgenre of film music, although it bears little resemblance to traditional qawwali, the devotional music of the Sufis. One example of filmi qawwali is the song Pardah Hai Pardah sung by Mohammed Rafi, composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal in Indian film Amar Akbar Anthony. Within the subgenre of filmi qawwali, there exists a form of qawwali, infused with modern and Western instruments with techno beats, called techno-qawwali. An example of techno-qawwali is a filmi song composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy. A newer variation of the techno-qawwali based on the more dance oriented tracks is known as the "club qawwali". More tracks of this nature are being released. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and A. R. Rahman have composed filmi qawwalis in the style of traditional qawwali. Examples include Khwaja Mere Khwaja and Kun Faya Kun. Examples in the Bengali Tollywood cinema include the song Remix Qawwali sung by Neha Kakkar and Nakash Aziz.

In addition to this, the Bengali Dhallywood cinema includes qawwalis such as the song Tikatuli sung by Motin Chowdhury. One of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's famous Qawwali songs, "Tere Bin Nahin Lagda", appeared on two of his 1996 albums, Sorrows Vol. 69 and Sangam, the latter a collaborative album with Indian lyricist Javed Akhtar. Lata Mangeshkar recorded a cover version called "Tere Bin Nahin Jeena" for Kachche Dhaage Composed by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, the Kachche Dhaage soundtrack album sold 3 million units in India. British-Indian producer Bally Sagoo released a remix of "Tere Bin Nahin Lagda", featured in the 2002 British film Bend It Like Beckham, starring Parminder Nagra and Keira Knightley. A cover version called "Tere Bin" was recorded by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan with Asees Kaur for the 2018 Bollywood film SimmbaNusrat Fateh Ali Khan's music had a big impact on Bollywood music, inspiring numerous Indian musicians working in Bollywood during the 1990s. For example, he inspired A. R. Javed Akhtar, both of whom he collaborated with.

However, there were many instances of Indian music directors plagiarising Khan's music to produce hit filmi songs. Viju Shah's hit song "Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast" in Mohra was plagiarised from Khan's popular Qawwali song "Dam Mast Qalandar". Bollywood songs Filmi Filmi-ghazal Music of Bangladesh Music of India Music of Pakistan