Imtiaz Dharker is a poet, artist, and video filmmaker from the United Kingdom. She was named Chancellor of Newcastle University in January 2020 after receiving the Queen's Gold Medal for her English poetry.
She has been described as "the UK's first female Muslim Nobel Prize winner" and also holds multiple awards herself including the David Lodge Award and the Ted Hughes Award. Her work focuses on themes such as exile, loss, and love.
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Lament for a Dead City (1994)- This poem is about the Bosnian city of Sarajevo which was destroyed during the Bosnian War. It was published in her collection of poems The Book of Memory.
The Last Message (1996) - This short film is based on the final message sent by Osama Bin Laden before he was killed by US forces in 2011. The message was originally broadcast on Al Jazeera but we have edited it down to just under five minutes in order to preserve its urgency.
Dhalsim (Dhalsim) is a fictional character in the Street Fighter series created by Capcom. Dhalsim initially appeared in Street Fighter II: The World Warrior in 1991..
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Ayesha Dharker (born March 16, 1977) is a British actress most known for her role as Queen Jamillia, Queen of Naboo, in Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones, as well as her theatrical appearances. She has also appeared in television series such as Spooks and The Bill.
Dharker began her career at age seven when she appeared in The Last of the Mohicans as Young Chingachgook. She went on to appear in numerous other films and TV shows throughout her childhood and teenage years including The Lost Boys, Blackadder the Third, Minder, and Heartbeat.
After finishing school, Dharker continued to work regularly appearing in various plays and musicals on stage. In 2004, she made her film debut in a small role in the comedy-drama Bend It Like Beckham. The following year, she had a larger role in the film adaptation of J.K. Rowling's novel Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Since then, she has appeared in several more movies including Death at a Funeral, Smallville, Alpha Dog, and The Twilight Saga: New Moon.
On television, Dharker has appeared in episodes of programs such as Midsomer Murders, Bleak House, Cranford, Lovesick, and Whitechapel.
Issey Miyake (born 22 April 1938 as San Zhai Yi Sheng, Miyake Issei) is a Japanese fashion designer. He is well-known for his technologically advanced apparel designs, exhibits, and scents such as L'eau d'Issey, which has become his most well-known product.
Issey Miyake started out at the age of 21 when he opened his own menswear store in Tokyo's fashionable Omotesando area. Shortly after opening his own shop, he was approached by a representative from the French luxury goods company Lanvin who invited him to come work with them in their Paris office. Issey accepted the offer and moved to France where he worked under the direction of Christian Dior and other leading designers before being promoted to head designer at Lanvin itself. In 1970, he returned to Japan to set up his own brand. Today, Issey Miyake designs clothes for women and men that are popular with a younger audience who appreciate his use of technology and innovative design.
He has been cited as an influence on many later designers including Marc Newson, Philippe Starck, and Yves Saint Laurent.
Issey Miyake is married to Ritsuko Miyake with whom he has two children. The couple runs their family business together while Ritsuko handles the daily operations. Issey spends much of his time abroad traveling for work and designing new collections.
Unsourced or poorly sourced content regarding real individuals must be deleted promptly, especially if potentially defamatory or damaging. Samir Youssef Ghanem (born January 15, 1937) is an Egyptian comedian, singer, and performer. He has been called "the King of Comedy" by many critics.
His first television appearance was in 1955. Since then he has appeared in countless television shows and advertisements. His popularity led to the creation of a following of fans known as "Samirians".
He has also written several books about comedy which have become classics in Egypt. His latest book is titled "I'm Not Laughing Because I Can't Feel My Legs".
In addition to his work as a comedian, actor, and writer, Ghanem has participated in several political campaigns. He was chosen by President Anwar el-Sadat to be one of his representatives at the Arab League summit in Alexandria in 1971. Ghanem had previously refused the offer because he did not want to be removed from the stage but later changed his mind. At the conference Ghanem tried to persuade other leaders to support Sadat's plan to free Israeli prisoners but to no avail. After returning home Ghanem told reporters that the summit was a failure because no agreement was reached and most countries were not ready to go against Israel.
Meera Syal is an experienced and critically acclaimed author who is most known for her work on radio and television, most notably in Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars at No 42. Syal has been juggling her acting and writing jobs since she was a student in Manchester. She now lives in London with her husband and two children.
Syal made her television debut in 1989 in the comedy series The Good Life about a young married couple who move to a small town. Her character, Neena, was one of the few female characters not based on a real-life person. Instead, she was a composite of several women whom creator Paul Abbott had encountered while working as a local government social worker in Oxfordshire.
Neena is used by Abbott as a vehicle through which he can make social commentaries on life in the small town. For example, she is baffled when men don't come forward to meet her husband at the church wedding because "it's against the law for prisoners to get married." In addition to her role in The Good Life, Neena has appeared in other TV comedies including A Bit of a Do, Shooting Stars, My Wife and I, and Not Safe for Work.
Mandeep Dhami is a Punjabi actress and model who is well-known in the Punjabi music industry. On November 9th, she was born into a Sikh household in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Later that year, in 2020, she appeared as a model in Rangrez Sidhu's song "Paapi feat. Sukhdeep Singh" from his album Paapi.
She started her career at a very young age when she participated in TV commercials. Then in 2014, she got selected by producer Sandeep Maan to play the role of Suhani in his television series Iss Pyaar Ko Kya? Since then she has been acting in various shows and films. She has also hosted several events including the 2015 World Cup Party held in India.
Mandeep Dhami went to high school at Bishop Strachan School in Toronto where she completed her graduation. After finishing her studies, she moved back to Punjab to pursue her modeling career. Today, she is one of the most sought-after models in Punjab.
She is also active on social media and has over 1.8 million followers on Instagram.
In addition to this, she has also endorsed many brands like Amul, HUL, Pepsi, etc. She has also done some special appearances including hosting an episode of Comedy Nights With Kapil.