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[[Raja Natwar(2014) Movie Streaming]]

Raja Natwar

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Natwar Singh (born May 16, 1931) is an Indian politician and former cabinet minister. On December 7, 2005, he was removed from his post as Minister in charge of External Affairs under a cloud of scandal and became a minister without portfolio. The U.N. Independent Enquiry Committee (popularly known as Volcker committee) named his Indian National Congress party and him as beneficieries of illegal payoffs in Iraqi oil scam, resulting in his forced resignation from the Cabinet on December 6, 2005.[1]

He is married to the daughter of Yadavindra Singh of Patiala Heminder Kaur, and is hence brother-in-law to Amarinder Singh, a former chief minister of Punjab.
Diplomatic career[edit]
Singh joined the Indian Foreign Service (IFS) in 1953 and served for 31 years. One of his earliest assignments was in Beijing, China (1956–58). He was then posted to New York with the Permanent Mission of India, (1961–66) and as India's representative to Executive Board of UNICEF, (1962–66). Singh served on several important UN committees between 1963 and 1966. In 1966, he was posted to the Prime Minister's Secretariat under Mrs Indira Gandhi. Singh was part of the Indian delegation to the Heads of Commonwealth Meeting in Kingston, Jamaica, 1975. He was an Indian Delegate to the 30th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York, Heads of Commonwealth Meeting, Lusaka, Zambia in 1979 and the 35th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York. Singh accompanied Ms. Indira Gandhi on her State visit to the U.S. in 1982. He served as Executive Trustee, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (U.N.I.T.A.R.) appointed by the Secretary-General, United Nations for six years (1981–86). He also served on the Expert Group appointed by the Secretary General of the Commonwealth, London in 1982 He was appointed Secretary-General of the Seventh Non-aligned summit in New Delhi held in 1983 and Chief Coordinator of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in New Delhi in the same year. He served as Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs from March 1982 to November 1984.
In May 2013, it was first reported that Kunal Deshmukh's next project would be produced by UTV Motion Pictures.[5] Deshmukh selected Emraan Hashmi for the lead role, collaborating with him for the fourth time.[6] The film was titled Shaatir and Hashmi was revealed to play the character of a ‘shaatir’ conman in the film.[7] In April 2014, the film's title was changed to Raja Natwarlal inspired by the 1979 Amitabh Bachan film Mr. Natwarlal.[8]

In June, it was reported that Abhishek Bachchan would play another lead role besides Hashmi.[9] But he opted out and next month Paresh Rawal was signed for the role.[10] Jacqueline Fernandez and Priyanka Chopra were approached to play the lead female role, but both actresses could not accommodate the dates.[9] In November 2013, Pakistani model and actor Humaima Malick was cast as the female lead.[11] Deepak Tijori was signed for a role in the film in December.[12] Kay Kay Menon was signed for an important role and Deshmukh stated that his character named Vardha Yadav had been modelled on the Sahara India Pariwar chief Subrata Roy.[13] Pritam Chakraborty, who had composed the music for all of Deshmukh's films, was supposed to work on this film's music, too,[6] but was replaced by Yuvan Shankar Raja.[2][14]

Deshmukh had planned to start the first schedule of the film early 2014 but since Hashmi's other film Badtameez Dil had been postponed, the start of the film's shoot was advanced to October 2013.[15] Principal photography commenced on 20 October 2013.[16] In January 2014, the crew was shooting at the Nirmal Lifestyle Mall in Mulund.[17] In March 2014, Hashmi was shooting a dance sequence near Hutatma Chowk.[18] Hashmi took special dance training under choreographer, Raju Khan.

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