Simmba (2018-Movie) : Upcoming Bollywood Film

Simmba is an upcoming Hindi movie directer is Rohit Shetty & producer is Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions. It Featuring Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan in main roles. This film is an remake of 2015 Telugu film Temper. Main photography started in June, 2018. This Film released on 28 December 2018.

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Directer : Rohit Shetty
Produced : Karan Johar,Hiroo Yash Johar,Apoorva Mehta
Screenplay : Rohit Shetty
Starring : Ranveer Singh,Sara Ali Khan,Sonu Sood,Ashish Vidyarthi,Pradeep Rawat
Music : Tanishk Bagchi
Production company : Dharma Productions
Release date : 28 December 2018

Country : India
Language : Hindi

Shaadi Teri Bajayenge Hum Band( Movie 2018) up coming bolliwood film

Shaadi Teri Bajayenge Hum Band up coming bolliwood film

Shaadi Teri Bajayenge Hum Band is an upcoming Hindi movie scheduled to be release on 23 Mar, 2018. The movie is directer is Gurpreet Sondh and will feature rajpal yadav, Rahul Bagga, Mushtaq Khan and Dilbagh Singh as lead characters. Other popularactors who have been roped in for Shaadi Teri Bajayenge Hum Band are Naresh Gosain, Shrasti Maheshwari and Afreen Alvi.




Release Date : 23rd Mar, 2018 Synopsis : Nunu, against his father’s consent, ends up marrying a girl. However, a hilarious situation arises when he, al … more
Certificate : U/A
Language :Hindi
Director :Gurpreet Sondh
Genre :Comedy
Cast & Crew :Rajpal Yadav, Dilbagh Singh, Rahul Bagga, … more
Writer : Ranveer Pratap Singh
Run Time :2 hrs 20 mins



Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety (Movie 2018) up coming hindi film

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety up coming bollywood film

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety is a 2018 Indian Hindi comedy film directer is Luv Ranjan. Ranjan also producer the film with Bhushan Kumar,

Krishan Kumar, and Ankur Garg. This marks the fourth collaboration between Ranjan and the lead actors Kartik Aaryan and Nushrat

Bharucha and third collaboration of Sunny Singh and Ishita Raj Sharma with the trio. The film released theatrically on 23 February 2018.The film received mixed reviews; while the commentators praised the humour, they were critical of the misogynistic plot. Iemerged as a   commercial success and ranks as one of the highest grossing Bollywood films of 2018.






Directer : Luv Ranjan
Produced : Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar,Luv Ranjan, Ankur Garg
Writter : Rahul Mody,Luv Ranjan
Story : Luv Ranjan
Starring :Kartik Aaryan, Nushrat Bharucha,Sunny Nijar

Music :
Score: Hitesh Sonik
Songs: Rochak Kohli,Yo Yo Honey Singh, Amaal Mallik,Guru Randhawa, Zack Knight,Saurabh-Vaibha, Rajat Nagpal

Cinematography : Sudhir K. Chaudhary
Editer : Akiv Ali
Productioncompany:Tencent Pictures,T-Series,LUV Films
Distributer : AA Films,JRS Production
Release date : 23 February 2018

Running time :138 minutes
Country : India
Language : Hindi
Budget ₹30 crore[1]
Box office est. ₹149–150 crore.



Mulq (Movie 2018) up coming hindi film

Mulq up coming Bollywood Movie 2018

Mulq is a 2018 Hindi feature film directer is Anubhav Sinha.The film is shooting in Benaras and Lucknow and will be release on 27 July










Directer : Anubhav Sinha
Produced : Deepak Mukut,Anubhav Sinha
Writter : Anubhav Sinha
Starring : Rishi Kapoor,Prateik Babbar,Rajat Kapoor,Taapsee Pannu,Ashutosh Rana,Manoj Pahwa,Neena Gupta
Cinematography : V. Manikandan
Production company : Soham Rockstar Entertainment
Release date : 27 July 2018
Country : India
Language : hindi




Bioscopewala(Movie 2018) up coming hindi film

strong>Bioscopewala up coming bollywood film 2018

Bioscopewala is an Indian Hindi drama film directer is Deb Medhekar and producer is Sunil Doshi. The film stars Danny Denzongpa and Geetanjali Thapa in lead roles and had it’s World Premiere at the 30th Tokyo International Film Festival on 28 October 2017. The film is an adaptation of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore’s short story Kabuliwala and is scheduled to release on 25 May 2018 in India. The Official Trailer of the film was released on YouTube by Fox Star Studios on 8 May 2018. Bioscopewala has taken forward the timeline of Kabuliwala, the original story written by Rabindranath Tagore, from the 19th century to somewhere in the 1980s during the Taliban regime and changed the profession of Rehmat, the central character, from a dry fruit seller to a man who goes around showing films to children through his Bioscope.





Directer : Deb Medhekar
Producer : Sunil Doshi
Screenplay : Deb Medhekar,Radhika Anand
Story : Sunil Doshi,Deb Medhekar
Base on Kabuliwala by Rabindranath Tagore
Starring : Danny Denzogpa, Geetanjali Thapa, Adil Hussain,Tisca Chopra

Music : Sandesh Shandilya
Cinematography : Rafey Mehmood
Editer : Dipika Kalra
Production company: Handmade Films Star India
Distributer : Fox Star Studios
Release date :28 October 2017 (Tokyo International Film Festival) 25 May 2018 (India)

Running time :91 minutes
Country : India
Language : Hindi



Khajoor Pe Atke (Movie- 2018) : Upcoming Hindi Film

Khajoor Pe Atke up coming bollywood film 2018

Khajoor Pe Atkeis a laugh riot writter and directer is  Harsh Chhaya, who makes his direct first film . Starring Manoj Pahwa, Vinay Pathak,Dolly Ahluwalia, Seema Pahwa, Sanah Kapoor, Suneeta Sengupta, produced by Welcome Friends Productions, and presented by S.O.I.E.,the film hits cinemas nationwide on 18th May and is distributed by PVR Pictures with music on Zee Music.



Directer : Harsh Chhaya
Produced : Amrit Sethia
Writter : Harsh Chhaya
Starring :Manoj Pahwa,Vinay Pathak,Seema Pahwa,Dolly Ahluwalia,Sanah Kapoor,Prathamesh Parab,Suneeta Sengupta,Alka

Yamin,Vicky Arora
Music : Bickram Ghosha
Cinematography : Sidhant Chowdhry
Editer : Sattyajit Gazmer
Productioncompany : Welcome Friends Productions
Distributer : PVR
Release date :18 May 2018

Running time :119 minutes
Country : India
Language :Hindi



High Jack (film) : up coming hindi film

High Jack upcoming bollywood film 2018

High Jack is an 2018 Indian Hindi-language stoner comedy film directed by Akarsh Khurana, starring Sumeet Vyas, Mantra and Sonnalli

Seygall.The film’s theatrical trailer was launched on 27 March, 2018. It was released on 18 May, 2018.

Directer : Akarsh Khurana
Producer : Nickhil Jakatdar, Arun Prakash, Vikramaditya Motwane, Vikas Bahl, Madhu Mantena
Writter : Akarsh Khurana
Story : Adhir Bhat
Starring : Sumeet Vyas,Mantra,Sonnalli Seygall
Music : Nucleya,Shwetang Shankar,Slowcheeta,Rajat Tiwari,Anurag Saikia
Cinematography : Mikhaeil Shah,Parthiva Nag
Edited : Ajay Sharma
Productioncompany: Phantom Films

Release date : 18 May 2018
country : India
Language : hindi


trailer :

Gold (2018-Movie) : Upcoming Hindi Film


Gold 2018 Hindi Film

Gold Bollywood Film Detail & Trailer :


Gold is an upcoming Bollywood Hindi Film Related to historical sports drama , directer is Reema Kagti and producer are Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar under the Excel Entertainment banner. It starring Akshay Kumar, Mouni Roy, Kunal Kapoor, Vineet Kumar Singh, Amit  Sadh, Sunny Kaushal. A historical sports drama inspired by India’s first Olympic First gold medal After Independence From Britain. The film traces the “golden era” of Indian hockey through the journey of Tapan Das, a young assistant manager in 1936, who dreams of playing for an independent nation.

Gold AkshayKumar


Directer : Reema Kagti
Producer : Ritesh Sidhwani,Farhan Akhtar

Screenplay : Rajesh Devraj(Dialogues),Javed Akhtar
Story : Reema Kagti,Rajesh Devraj
Starring : Akshay Kumar,Mouni Roy,Kunal Kapoor,Amit Sadh,Vineet Kumar Singh,Sunny Kaushal,Nikita Dutta

Music : Sachin–Jigar
Cinematography : Álvaro Gutiérrez
Editer : Anand Subaya
Production company : Excel Entertainment
Distributer : Zee Studios
Release date : 15 August 2018

Country : India
Language : Hindi


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Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

Sarah Louise Palin (/ˈpeɪlɪn/ (About this sound listen); née Heath; born February 11, 1964) is an American politician, commentator, author,

and reality television personality, who served as the ninth Governor of Alaska from 2006 until her resignation in 2009. As the Republican

Party nominee for Vice President of the United States in the 2008 election alongside presidential nominee, Arizona Senator John McCain,

she was the first Alaskan on the national ticket of a major political party and the first Republican woman selected as a vice presidential

candidate. Her book Going Rogue has sold more than two million copies.

She was elected to the Wasilla city council in 1992 and became mayor of Wasilla in 1996. In 2003, after an unsuccessful run for lieutenant

governor, she was appointed chair of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, responsible for overseeing the state’s oil and gas

fields for safety and efficiency. She was the youngest person and the first woman to be elected Governor of Alaska.

Since her resignation as governor, she has endorsed and campaigned for the Tea Party movement as well as several candidates in multiple

election cycles, prominently including Donald Trump for president in 2016. From 2010 to 2015, she provided political commentary for Fox

News. On April 3, 2014, Palin premiered her TV show, Amazing America with Sarah Palin, on the Sportsman Channel, which ran until

February 12, 2015. On July 27, 2014, Palin launched the online news network called the Sarah Palin Channel, which was closed on July 4,



Palin was born in Sandpoint, Idaho, the third of four children (three daughters and one son) of Sarah “Sally” Heath (née Sheeran), a school

secretary, and Charles R. “Chuck” Heath, a science teacher and track-and-field coach. Palin’s siblings are Chuck Jr., Heather, and Molly.

Palin is of English, Irish, and German ancestry.

When Palin was a few months old, the family moved to Skagway, Alaska, where her father received his teaching job. They relocated to Eagle

River in 1969 and finally settled in Wasilla in 1972.

Palin played flute in the junior high band and then attended Wasilla High School, where she was the head of the Fellowship of Christian

Athletes and a member of the girls’ basketball and cross-country running teams. During her senior year, she was co-captain and point guard

of the basketball team that won the 1982 Alaska state championship, earning the nickname “Sarah Barracuda” for her competitive streak.

In 1984, Palin won the Miss Wasilla beauty pageant, then finished third (as second runner-up) in the Miss Alaska pageant, where she also

got the title of “Miss Congeniality”.She played the flute in the talent por One author reports that she received the Miss Congeniality award in

the Miss Wasilla contest (but this is disputed by another contestant and classmate of Palin’s)and a college scholarship.

After graduating from high school in 1982, Palin enrolled at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. Shortly after arriving in Hawaii, Palin transferred

to Hawaii Pacific University in Honolulu for a semester in the fall of 1982 and then to North Idaho College, a community college in Coeur

d’Alene, for the spring and fall semesters of 1983. She enrolled at the University of Idaho in Moscow for an academic year starting in August

1984 and then attended Matanuska-Susitna College in Alaska in the fall of 1985. Palin returned to the University of Idaho in January 1986

and received her bachelor’s degree in communications with an emphasis in journalism in May 1987.

In June 2008, the Alumni Association of North Idaho College gave Palin its Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award.
Early career and marriage

After graduation, she worked as a sportscaster for KTUU-TV and KTVA-TV in Anchorage and as a sports reporter for the Mat-Su Valley

Frontiersman, fulfilling an early ambition.

In August 1988, she eloped with her high school sweetheart, Todd Palin.Following the birth of their first child in April 1989, she helped in her

husband’s commercial fishing business.
Early political career
Main articles: Early political career of Sarah Palin and Electoral history of Sarah Palin
City council

Palin was elected to the Wasilla City Council in 1992, winning 530 votes to 310. Throughout her tenure on the city council and the rest of her

political career, Palin has been a Republican since registering in 1982.
Mayor of Wasilla

Concerned that revenue from a new Wasilla sales tax would not be spent wisely, Palin ran for mayor of Wasilla in 1996, defeating incumbent

mayor John Stein 651 to 440 votes. Her biographer described her campaign as targeting wasteful spending and high taxes; her opponent,

Stein, said that Palin introduced abortion, gun rights, and term limits as campaign issues. The election was nonpartisan, though the state

Republican Party ran advertisements for Palin. She ran for reelection against Stein in 1999 and won, 909 votes to 292. In 2002, she

completed the second of the two consecutive three-year terms allowed by the city charter.She was elected president of the Alaska

Conference of Mayors in 1999.
First term

Palin had a contretemps with the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman, a local newspaper, and reportedly became involved in personnel challenges

and “a thwarted attempt to pack the City Council” during her first year in office. Using income generated by a 2% sales tax that had been

approved by Wasilla voters in October 1992, Palin cut property taxes by 75% and eliminated personal property and business inventory

taxes. Using municipal bonds, she made improvements to the roads and sewers and increased funding to the police department. She

oversaw creation of new bike paths and procured funding for storm-water treatment to protect freshwater resources. At the same time, she

shrank the local museum’s budget and deterred talk of a new library and city hall.

Soon after taking office in October 1996, Palin eliminated the position of museum director and asked for updated resumes and resignation

letters from “city department heads who had been loyal to Stein”,including the police chief, public works director, finance director, and

librarian. Palin stated this request was to find out their intentions and whether they supported her. She temporarily required department

heads to get her approval before talking to reporters, saying they first needed to become acquainted with her administration’s policies. She

created the position of city administrator and reduced her own $68,000 salary by 10%, although by mid 1998 this was reversed by the city


In October 1996, Palin asked library director Mary Ellen Emmons if she would object to the removal of a book from the library if people were

picketing to have the book removed. Emmons responded that she would, and others as well. Palin stated that she had not been proposing

censorship but had been discussing many issues with her staff that were “both rhetorical and realistic in nature.” No attempt was made to

remove books from the library during Palin’s tenure as mayor.

Palin said she fired Police Chief Irl Stambaugh because he did not fully support her efforts to govern the city. Stambaugh filed a lawsuit

alleging wrongful termination and violation of his free speech rights.The judge dismissed Stambaugh’s lawsuit, holding that the police chief

served at the discretion of the mayor and could be terminated for nearly any reason, even a political one, and ordered Stambaugh to pay

Palin’s legal fees.
Second term

During her second term as mayor, Palin proposed and promoted the construction of a municipal sports center to be financed by a 0.5%sales

tax increase and $14.7 million bond issue. Voters approved the measure by a 20-vote margin, and the Wasilla Multi-Use Sports Complex

(later named the Curtis D. Menard Memorial Sports Center) was built on time and under budget. However, the city spent an additional $1.3

million because of an eminent domain lawsuit caused by the city’s failure to obtain clear title to the property before beginning construction.

The city’s long-term debt grew from about $1 million to $25 million because of expenditures of $15 million for the sports complex, $5.5 million

for street projects, and $3 million for water improvement projects. The Wall Street Journal characterized the project as a “financial mess.”A

city council member defended the spending increases as being necessitated by the city’s growth during that time.

Palin also joined with nearby communities in hiring the Anchorage-based lobbying firm of Robertson, Monagle & Eastaugh to lobby for

federal funds. The firm secured nearly $8 million in earmarks for the Wasilla city government, including $500,000 for a youth shelter, $1.9

million for a transportation hub, and $900,000 for sewer repairs.[65] In 2008, Wasilla’s current mayor credited Palin’s 75 percent property tax

cuts and infrastructure improvements with bringing “big-box stores” and 50,000 shoppers per day to Wasilla.
State-level politics

In 2002, Palin ran for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor, coming in second to Loren Leman in a five-way Republican primary.

Following her defeat, she campaigned throughout the state for the nominated Republican governor-lieutenant governor ticket of Frank

Murkowski and Leman. Murkowski and Leman won and Murkowski resigned from his long-held U.S. Senate seat in December 2002 to

assume the governorship. Palin was said to be on the “short list” of possible appointees to Murkowski’s U.S. Senate seat, but Murkowski

ultimately appointed his daughter, State Representative Lisa Murkowski, as his successor in the Senate.

Governor Murkowski offered other jobs to Palin, and in February 2003 she accepted an appointment to the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation

Commission, which oversees Alaska’s oil and gas fields for safety and efficiency. While she had little background in the area, she said she

wanted to learn more about the oil industry and was named chair of the commission and ethics supervisor. By November 2003 she was filing

nonpublic ethics complaints with the state attorney general and the governor against a fellow commission member, Randy Ruedrich, a former

petroleum engineer and at the time the chair of the state Republican Party.He was forced to resign in November 2003.Palin resigned in

January 2004 and put her protests against Ruedrich’s “lack of ethics” into the public arenaby filing a public complaint against Ruedrich, who

was then fined $12,000. She joined with Democratic legislator Eric Croft in complaining that Gregg Renkes, then the attorney general of

Alaska, had a financial conflict of interest in negotiating a coal exporting trade agreement. Renkes also resigned his post.

From 2003 to June 2005, Palin served as one of three directors of “Ted Stevens Excellence in Public Service, Inc.,” a 527 group designed to

provide political training for Republican women in Alaska.In 2004, Palin told the Anchorage Daily News that she had decided not to run for

the U.S. Senate that year against the Republican incumbent, Lisa Murkowski, because her teenage son opposed it. Palin said, “How could I

be the team mom if I was a U.S. Senator?”
Governor of Alaska
Main article: Governorship of Sarah Palin
Palin visits soldiers of the Alaska National Guard, July 24, 2007

In 2006, running on a clean-government platform, Palin defeated incumbent Governor Frank Murkowski in the Republican gubernatorial

primary. Her running mate was Sean Parnell.

Jayaprakash Narayan

Jayaprakash Narayan

Jayaprakash Narayan (About this sound listen (help·info); 11 October 1902 – 8 October 1979), popularly referred to as JP or Lok Nayak

(Hindi for The People’s Leader), was an Indian independence activist, theorist and political leader, remembered especially for leading the

mid-1970s opposition against Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, for whose overthrow he called a “total revolution”. His biography, Jayaprakash,

was written by his nationalist friend and an eminent writer of Hindi literature, Ramavriksha Benipuri. In 1999, he was posthumously awarded

the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award, in recognition of his social work. Other awards include the Magsaysay award for Public

Service in 1965. The Patna airport is also named after him. The largest hospital run by the Delhi government and the teaching hospital of the

famous Maulana Azad Medical College, Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Hospital, is also named after him. It was formerly called Irwin hospital.

There is also a park in his name, situated on Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, in New Delhi, just opposite to Maulana Azad Medical College. On

August 1, 2015, the Chhapra-Delhi-Chhapra Weekly Express was renamed as “Loknayak Express” in his honour.

Early life

Jayprakash Narayan was born on 11 October 1902in the village of Sitabdiara (It was in Chapra district of Bihar when JP was born. At present

it is in Ballia district of Uttar Pradesh, India).Sitabdiara is a large village, straddling two states and three districts—Chhapra and Arrah in Bihar

and Ballia in Uttar Pradesh.His house was near the banks of the flood-prone Ghagra river in Lala Tola, Bihar. Every time the river swelled,

the house would get a little bit damaged, eventually forcing the family to move a few kilometres away to a settlement which is now known as

Jay Prakash Nagar and falls in Uttar Pradesh. He came from a kayastha family. He was the fourth child of Harsu Dayal and Phul Rani Devi.

His father Harsu Dayal was junior official in the Canal Department of the State government and was often touring the region. When Narayan

was 9 years old, he left his village to enroll in 7th class of the collegiate school at Patna. This was his first break from village life. JP stayed

at a student hostel—Saraswati Bhawan—in which most of the boys were a bit older. Among them were some of Bihar’s future leaders including

its first chief minister, Krishna Singh , his deputyAnugrah Narayan Sinha and several others who were to widely become known in politics

and academic world.

In October 1920, 18 year old Narayan got married to Braj Kishore Prasad’s 14 year old daughter Prabhavati Devi, a freedom fighter in her

own right.[9], their ages beign normal marriageable ages at those times. After their wedding, since Narayan was working in Patna and it was

difficult for his wife to stay with him, on the invitation of Gandhi, Prabhavati became an inmate at Sabarmati Ashram (Ahmedabad).

Jayaprakash, along with some friends, went to listen to Maulana Abul Kalam Azad speak about the Non-co-operation movement launched by

Gandhi against the passing of the Rowlatt Act of 1919. The Maulana was a brilliant orator and his call to give up English education was “like

leaves before a storm: Jayaprakash was swept away and momentarily lifted up to the skies. That brief experience of soaring up with the

winds of a great idea left imprints on his inner being”. Jayaprakash took the Maulana’s words to heart and left Patna College with just 20

days remaining for his examinations. Jayaprakash joined the Bihar Vidyapeeth, a college founded by Dr. Rajendra Prasad and became

among the first students of Gandhian Dr. Anugraha Narayan Sinha.
Higher education in the United States

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After exhausting the courses at the Vidyapeeth, Jayaprakash decided to continue studies in the United States.[9] At age 20, Jayaprakash

sailed aboard the cargo ship Janus while Prabhavati remained at Sabarmati. Jayaprakash reached California on 8 October 1922 and was

admitted to Berkeley in January 1923. To pay for his education, Jayaprakash picked grapes, set them out to dry, packed fruits at a canning

factory, washed dishes, worked as a mechanic at a garage and at a slaughter house, sold lotions and taught.[citation needed] All these jobs

gave Jayaprakash an insight into the difficulties of the working class. Jayaprakash was forced to transfer to The University of Iowa when

fees at Berkeley were doubled. He was forced to transfer to many universities thereafter. He pursued his favourite subject, sociology, and

received much help from Professor Edward Ross.

In Wisconsin, Jayaprakash was introduced to Karl Marx’s Das Kapital. News of the success of the Russian revolution of 1917 made

Jayaprakash conclude that Marxism was the way to alleviate the suffering of the masses. He delved into books by Indian intellectual and

Communist theoretician M. N. Roy. His paper on sociology, “Social Variation”, was declared the best of the year.
Narayan with Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion in Tel Aviv, 1958

Narayan returned from the US to India in late 1929 as a Marxist. He joined the Indian National Congress on the invitation of Jawaharlal

Nehru in 1929; Mahatma Gandhi became his mentor in the Congress. He shared a house at Kadam Kuan in Patna with his close friend and

nationalist Ganga Sharan Singh (Sinha). with whom he shared the most cordial and lasting friendship.

He won particular fame during the Quit India movement.

After being jailed in 1932 for civil disobedience against British rule, Narayan was imprisoned in Nasik Jail, where he met Ram Manohar

Lohia, Minoo Masani, Achyut Patwardhan, Ashok Mehta, Basawon Singh (Sinha), Yusuf Desai, C K Narayanaswami and other national

leaders. After his release, the Congress Socialist Party, or (CSP), a left-wing group within the Congress, was formed with Acharya Narendra

Deva as President and Narayan as General secretary.

When Mahatma Gandhi launched the Quit India Movement in August 1942, Yogendra Shukla scaled the wall of Hazaribagh Central Jail

along with Jayaprakash Narayan, Suraj Narayan Singh, Gulab Chand Gupta, Pandit Ramnandan Mishra, Shaligram Singh and Shyam

Barthwar, with a goal to start an underground movement for freedom. Many young socialist leaders like Dr Ram Manohar Lohia, Chhotubhai

Puranik, Aruna Asaf Ali, etc. took part in underground movement. As Jayaprakash Narayan was ill, Yogendra Shukla walked to Gaya with

Jayaprakash Narayan on his shoulders, a distance of about 124 kilometres. He also served as the Chairman of Anugrah Smarak Nidhi

(Anugrah Narayan Memorial Fund).

Between 1947 and 1953, Jayaprakash Narayan was President of All India Railwaymen’s Federation, the largest labour union in the Indian

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Narayan returned to prominence in State politics in the late 1960s. 1974 ushered in a year of high inflation, unemployment and lack of

supplies and essential commodities. Nav Nirman Andolan movement of Gujarat asked Jayaprakash to lead a peaceful agitation. Following

Jayaprakash Narayan’s call for social justice, and a demand for dissolution of the Bihar assembly. The Bihar government used brutal force to

suppress the movement and on March 18th 1974, police fired on unarmed demonstrators and eight people were killed in police firing. The

Indian government at that time was no better than the British government of 1919. On 8 April 1974, aged 72, he led a silent procession at

Patna. The procession was lathi charged. On 5 June 1974, Jayaprakash addressed a large crowd at Gandhi Maidan in Patna. He declared,

“This is a revolution, friends! We are not here merely to see the Vidhan Sabha dissolved. That is only one milestone on our journey. But we

have a long way to go… After 27 years of freedom, people of this country are wracked by hunger, rising prices, corruption… oppressed by

every kind of injustice… it is a Total Revolution we want, nothing less!” In 1974, he led the students’ movement in the state of Bihar which

gradually developed into a popular people’s movement known as the Bihar Movement. It was during this movement that JP gave a call for

peaceful Total Revolution. Together with V. M. Tarkunde, he found the Citizens for Democracy in 1974 and the People’s Union for Civil

Liberties in 1976, both NGOs, to uphold and defend civil liberties.

Indira Gandhi was found guilty of violating electoral laws by the Allahabad High Court. Narayan called for Indira and the CMs to resign and

the military and police to disregard unconstitutional and immoral orders. He advocated a program of social transformation which he termed

Sampoorna kraanti, “total revolution”. Immediately afterwords, Gandhi proclaimed a national Emergency on the midnight of 25 June 1975.

Narayan, opposition leaders, and dissenting members of her own party were arrested that day.

Jayaprakash Narayan attracted a gathering of 100,000 people at the Ramlila grounds and thunderously recited Rashtrakavi Ramdhari Singh

‘Dinkar”s wonderfully evocative poetry: Singhasan Khaali Karo Ke Janata Aaati Hai.

Narayan was kept as detenu at Chandigarh even after he asked for one month parole to mobilise relief in flooded parts of Bihar. His health

suddenly deteriorated on 24 October, and he was released on 12 November; diagnosis at Jaslok Hospital, Bombay, revealed kidney failure;

he would be on dialysis for the rest of his life.

In the UK, Surur Hoda launched the “Free JP” campaign chaired by Nobel Peace Prize winner Noel-Baker for the release of Jayaprakash


Indira Gandhi revoked the emergency on 18 January 1977 and announced elections. The Janata Party, a vehicle for the broad spectrum of

the opposition to Indira Gandhi, was formed under JP’s guidance.[citation needed] The Janata Party was voted into power and became the

first non-Congress party to form a government at the Centre.[citation needed] On the call of Narayan, many youngsters joined the JP


Narayan died in Patna, Bihar, on 8 October 1979, three days before his 77th birthday, due to effects of diabetes and heart ailments. In March

1979, while he was in hospital, his death had been erroneously announced by the Indian prime minister, Morarji Desai, causing a grief wave

of national mourning, including the suspension of parliament and regular radio broadcasting, and the closure of schools and shops. When he

was told about the gaffe a few weeks later, he smiled.
At the age of 18, Jayaprakash was married to Prabhavati Devi, daughter of lawyer and nationalist Brij Kishore Prasad in October 1920.

Prabhavati was very independent and on Gandhi’s invitation, went to stay at his ashram while Jayaprakash continued his studies.Prabhavati

Devi died in 1973 after a long battle with cancer