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no matter what the consequence. SPG sources told CNN-IBN that it will consult intelligence agencies over removing these privileges. celeb insists all’s legal The movie is expected to be a love story and will be shot in Mumbai and Kolkata.” says Dutee. At NIS Patiala coach N Ramesh puts Dutee through the paces on the synthetic track The coach has been with her since her early teens when she shifted from Bhubaneswar to NIS Patiala that utopian sporting island isolated from the rest of the world Ramesh and Dutee go back a long way back to the times when he coached Saraswati It was Saraswati who had brought her younger sister then 15 to the coach “She was like any other girl What made her stand out was her speed Dutee runs like the wind People may say uncharitable things about her now but to me she was like any other woman athlete except that she was faster than all of them” says Ramesh Back on the familiar NIS track Dutee wants to make up for the training she has missed in the last two months However her warm-up is disrupted by a video cameraman looking to get shots for a feature that would compare her case with Semenya’s Far from being irritated or embarrassed Dutee seems to enjoy the attention Later with a giggle she asks the cameraman when the video would be telecast Dutee is surprisingly tiny for an athlete who can squat 150 kg during weight sessions and her build is nothing unusual for a 100 m woman sprinter But there are a few sniggering looks from a few of the evening trainees on the track An onlooker suggests her walk is too masculine her muscles too well-developed Dutee pays no attention Support comes from those who have known the 18-year-old for longer The national campers who have shared hostel rooms and coaches and who know the athlete since she first arrived in Patiala speak affectionately of her Training along with Dutee Ratandeep Kaur smiles as her friend stretches a bit longer so that the cameraman gets his shot “Normally we don’t miss athletes too much when they leave the hostel But when Dutee left for her home we actually missed her and were hoping she gets back soon She is very good-natured nearly everyone has been her roommate at some point of time” she says Kaur talks of the time Dutee bought a new cycle to get around the campus “Someone borrowed the cycle and she got upset But Ramesh sir said she shouldn’t get upset because it was only a colleague who had borrowed it After that day Dutee removed the lock from her cycle so that anyone could use it” she says If the disappointment of missing the Commonwealth and Asian Games didn’t hit her too hard it’s because her fellow athletes were encouraging and told her how badly they wanted her to come along “Sometime back everyone was so sure that I would go for the Asian Games When all of them were leaving for Delhi they told me that they wished I was with them I was feeling bad that I wasn’t going with them to Incheon but I was happy that they wanted me to come as well” she says Dutee faces an uncertain and challenging future Ashwini Akkunji another athlete who was tipped for greatness but saw her career curtailed by a doping scandal in 2011 says Dutee has it tough but she also has things to be happy about “When I returned to Patiala after the doping ban was over it was hard to get back on track but I had the support of the other girls who were also returning after the ban Dutee doesn’t have anyone who is in the same situation as she is No one but she can understand what she is going through” she says “At the same time Dutee has been lucky She has got support from the SAI and her state government It’s good to know that there is somebody fighting for you” she says Another thing in Dutee’s favour Akkunji says is that the youngster is so focused “She is someone who simply loves running Other things rarely bother her” she says Akkunji says that at the NIS campus which has athletes competing at the highest level there simply isn’t any interest to over-analyse Dutee’s case “Among average people Dutee’s case may be seen as a crude joke but among the athletes no one is interested in pulling her down Here everyone simply worries about what’s going on in their own lane” But while the campus has been non-intrusive things have not been perfect like when a coach called her ‘Dutee Singh’ Ramesh however goes to great lengths to ensure Dutee remains positive “I keep telling her how she has a job in the Railways that she got earlier this year She had an offer of a stipend from ONGC which a lot of people suggested she take but she told me she would take the Railways job because who knows what would happen in a year At that time it seemed a strange thing to say but I am glad she made that decision” Ramesh says “There have been a few cases of athletes in similar situations who have taken extreme steps This must not happen to Dutee She is too talented for us to lose” he says Ramesh however admits there are moments when the youngster betrays the turmoil she is going through “On our way to Delhi Dutee was telling me she should have a movie made on her” Ramesh says “Why are you running like this Are you an andirachandi (Oriya for a tomboy) Are you not going to get married” These were questions that villagers often lobbed at Dutee when she sprinted up and down the dirt and narrow track of Chaka Gopalpur village A gleaming red Tata Nano car is parked in the backyard of a house built under the Indira Awaas Yojana Growing up in this two-room house with her five sisters and a brother Saraswati says there was little “entertainment” They didn’t have a television at home and the sisters never discussed “favourite movie stars” All they did in the evening was run on the beach Saraswati says those were the best days of their lives “Even today I ask Dutee to remember those days She needs to remember that she started running for the sheer love of the sport Athletics has given us so much I told her to recall the number of medals she had won while participating in India and abroad People forgot that she was a simple girl from a small village who loved to run And now they say she failed a gender test Can someone be a girl for 17 years and 11 months and suddenly become a boy in the 18th year It was a ploy to stop her from going to the Commonwealth and Asian Games But I am not going to allow people to malign my sister” says Saraswati Dutee has faced these barbs before even as a Class V student in the local upper primary school “She used to outperform all the girls in school They would complain to the teacher and ask for Dutee to compete with the boys” says Saraswati Those barbs never bothered Dutee then but they do now Sensing that her younger sister was getting increasingly frustrated after the test results Saraswati came up with an idea of a protest though she now admits it was perhaps a bizarre suggestion “I advised her to wear her medals around her neck and take the same flight as the athletes travelling to Delhi from Bangalore before they left for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games I told Dutee it was the only way someone would come to her aid We needed to highlight her plight as everyone was trying to wash their hands of the issue” says Saraswati Dutee Chand (left) with Asha Roy (Express File Photo) Dutee too tried reaching out to officials but none listened “I called up a top AFI official when I was initially told that I would not be able to participate in the Commonwealth Games He told me not to worry and continue training He promised he would call me back in half an hour He never called Moreover he has stopped taking my calls” Dutee says However support came when the Department of Sports and Youth Services assigned two women coaches to accompany Dutee back from Bangalore to Bhubaneswar With no other place to go to Dutee headed home to Chaka Gopalpur where she watched the Commonwealth Games on television “My parents are weavers who know little about the outside world When media people came home wanting to talk to me about my predicament my parents were very disturbed They earn about Rs 500 a week weaving a sari or a shawl They are simple people who were proud of their daughter’s achievements I think the whole episode was a bigger shock for them” Dutee says Such was the media glare on her and her parents — Chakradar and Akkaji Chand — that she decided to leave Chaka Gopalpur “My sister told me to go and stay at a friend’s house in Bhubaneswar” she says These days she thinks twice before calling up her mother because she does not have the answer to the questions from the other end of the line “My mother asks me ‘Dutee when the squad for the next competition is selected will they ignore you again Will you be allowed to only train and not compete and win medals again’ I don’t know what to tell her When I am on the track I get the greatest joy by running the fastest Now I feel suffocated because I am unable to run” Dutee says the only time she could flush July 12 2014 out of her system in these days of trauma was when she was running alongside Brahmani river on her short trip home In a month’s time she hopes to be on her favourite beach once again She is looking forward to opening the large trunk with her sequined clothes inside And this time round she wouldn’t be praying just for a handsome life partner For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sankhayan Ghosh | New Delhi | Updated: December 12 2014 10:01 am Filmmaker Sandip Ray on the enduring appeal of Feluda the iconic Bengali detective created by Satyajit Ray that gets a reboot in his latest film Badshahi Angti Related News In Sandip Ray’s Gorosthane Sabdhan (2010) when Feluda visits Sidhu Jyatha the bibliophile known for bailing the detective in a crisis The latter tells him that he could have just Googled him This is a self-referential wink to an audience that tells us about what the popularity of the fictional detective created by Satyajit Ray and what it means to Bengalis It’s the old-world charm etched in the minds of those who have grown up devouring the novels (written from 1965 to the early ’90s) and the two classics — Sonar Kella (The Golden Fortress 1974) and Joy Baba Felunath (The Elephant God 1979) That’s why even in 2014 when Feluda aka Pradosh Chandra Mitter gears up for a reboot in Sandip’s latest film Badshahi Angti (The Emperor’s Ring) he still doesn’t have a cellphone unlike those around him “Someone I met the other day told me that what he likes the most about the new Feluda is that he doesn’t have a mobile phone” says Sandip over the phone from Kolkata Like the character in his film the filmmaker doesn’t carry a cellphone either He agrees that another group of fans may want a more contemporary update like the British TV show Sherlock — the character is a big inspiration behind Ray’s creation — but the filmmaker says “It can mess up how he solves the mystery and secondly somethings are better left unchanged” This time around the actor playing Feluda has changed Sandip’s Badshahi Angti which releases in Kolkata on December 19 and other cities in the coming weeks will see the fresh-faced Abir Chatterjee play the iconic Bengali sleuth And he has big shoes to fill Not only of his well-accepted immediate predecessor Sabyasachi Chakraborty in Sandip’s Feluda films but also the legendary Soumitra Chatterjee “Abir has the right kind of intelligence Also he has a clean image and a following among today’s audience These are two essentials to gain acceptance as Feluda” he says Chakraborty was well past his age to play Feluda and he himself suggested Abir’s name Sandip was looking for a reboot and it helped that he chose the story of Badshahi Angti an early episode in the Feluda series It tracks Feluda’s transition from a middle-class intelligent Bengali youth with keen observational skills to a professional private investigator “When the story begins he is on a family holiday after struggling to get leave from his job Investigating is still a hobby and he doesn’t have the famous 32 colt gun or his visiting card Going to the origins of Feluda was exciting” says Sandip The brilliantly atmospheric Badshahi Angti set in ’60s Lucknow amid the Bhulbhulaiya crumbling palaces also made for a great “big screen visual treat” The old city texture is an integral part of the story Sandip was apprehensive about finding that in a changed Lucknow but he found the old city good enough to set his film in “Thankfully places such as the Bara Imambara and the Residency are intact and we shot the film smoothly” he says A fascinating plot point in the orginal story comprises a private menagerie that houses dangerous creatures such as snakes scorpions and tarantulas However for the film? 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