Mumbai: Actor Ishaan Khatter is in awe of his elder brother Shahid Kapoor whom he describes as a shining example and finds it baffling how the “Kabir Singh” actor was able to play the most complex, lost and damaged characters with such perfection. Ishaan on Wednesday shared a few photographs of Shahid from “Kabir Singh” on Instagram. He captioned an image: “As happy as can be for my big brother today who’s always been a shining example of a human being for me. Also Read – Rihanna to release 500-page ‘visual’ autobiography “Not a doubt in the world that you deserve the smashing success but it continues to baffle me how you were able to play one of the most complex, lost and damaged characters with such perfection while returning home to being the most centred, loving and responsible family man I know.” The “Dhadak” actor thanked Shahid for “knocking” him out with his performance in the film. “Thank you for showing me what it means to be a responsible son, father, husband and brother always, and for knocking me out with your performance in and as ‘Kabir Singh’.” “Kabir Singh” narrates the story of Kabir (Shahid), a young final year medical student who falls in love with Preeti (Kiara Advani), his junior in college. Produced by Bhushan Kumar, Murad Khetani, Krishan Kumar and Ashwin Varde, the film is a T-Series and Cine1 Studios presentation.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by News Staff Posted Sep 7, 2012 9:34 am MDT OTTAWA – The Canadian unemployment rate remained unchanged at 7.3 per cent in August, as the economy created 34,300 net jobs in the month, Statistics Canada said Friday. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 7.3 per cent; however, as the labour force grew in step with the employment gains. Analysts had expected the economy to add only about 10,000 jobs in August, reflecting the slow pace of growth and the risk-filled nature of the global outlook. The August report was almost a direct mirror image of the July data, with almost all the job gains coming in Quebec. In July, most of the losses were in that province, which at the time was in the middle of an election campaign. The agency said employment also rose in British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, while Ontario saw a decline of almost 25,000 jobs. Most of the August gains came in four sectors — transportation and warehousing; professional, scientific and technical services; building and other support services, and natural resources. Construction took a big hit, shedding 44,000 jobs during the month, while manufacturing was down slightly. Meanwhile, in the U.S., its economy added 96,000 jobs in August, but the jobless rate fell to 8.1 per cent as more people ended job searches. canada unemployment august|jobs Canadian economy creates over 34,000 jobs in August