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A scene from the film "The Indian in the Cupboard" casting by Hal Scardino and Rishi Bhat.The Indian in the Cupboard is a 1995 American fantasy-adventure film directed by Frank Oz. It was based on the children's book of the same name by Lynne Reid Banks. The story is about a boy who receives a cupboard as a gift on his ninth birthday. He later discovers that putting toy figures in the cupboard, after locking and unlocking it, brings the toys to life.The film starred Hal Scardino as Omri, Litefoot as Little Bear, Lindsay Crouse, Richard Jenkins, Rishi Bhat as Omri's friend Patrick, Steve Coogan as Tommy Atkins, and David Keith as Boone the Cowboy.Hal Scardino (born Albert Henry Hugh Scardino; December 25, 1984) is an American actor and producer best known for having played the leading role in the movie The Indian in the Cupboard.Rishi Bhat (born May 19, 1986) is an American former child actor and internet entrepreneur.boy,people,scene,movie,film,
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Music streaming service Saavn has raised Series C funding worth $100 million led by Tiger Global, with participation from existing investors Bertelsmann India Investments, Steadview Capital, Liberty Media, and Mousse Partners. The company also added new investors Quilvest, a Hong Kong-based hedge funds company, and a group of strategic individuals in this round. Saavn will use the funds for product development, customer acquisition, investing in its proprietary ad technology, adding to its sales team and new content deals. With the funding, it also announced updates to its mobile apps which include personalised multi-language homescreen which supports 11 languages, one click play, trending content, charts and music tagging and music chat. Rishi Malhotra, cofounder and CEO of Saavn, hinted in a statement that there is a likelihood of Saavn expanding to the entertainment business other than its music business. In August last year, the company had raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Hong Kong based hedge fund Steadview Capital. At that time, Malhotra, who was the president of Saavn took over as the CEO, whereas founding CEO Vinodh Bhat took over Malhotra’s president role and became the new chief strategy officer. Saavn claims that it had 11 million active monthly users in Q1 2015, but at the start of Q3, which is this month, it has over 14 million monthly active users and is adding over a million active users every month. Saavn also claims that over 90% of its users are mobile based. Founded in 2007, Saavn claims to have a library of over 7 million tracks in Hindi, English (India only), Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, and Bhojpuri. – In May, Saavn launched a new series of live acoustic shows and interviews with popular international and Indian artists dubbed Live@Saavn. The artists would be hosted at Saavn’s Mumbai headquarters and the company planned to produce videos of the live sets that would be made available on YouTube. – In April, it launched Saavn Social, a set of in-app social features which included the ability to tag, follow, chat and share playlists, profiles, celebrities and listening activities with other users on Saavn. – In March, it added a new music sharing feature at the India Today Conclave in New Delhi. The new feature would notify users when a celebrity added a new song to their playlist apart from letting users share their songs with their friends. Source: MediaNama: Digital Media in India
Mumbai: Aditya Tare (capt, wk), Akhil Herwadkar, Shreyas Iyer, Suryakumar Yadav, Siddhesh Lad, Jay Vista, Shardul Thakur, Abhishek Bhat, Abhishek Nayar, Dhawal Kulkarni, Iqbal Abdullah, Sagar Trivedi, Rohan Raje, Sufiyan Shaikh, Shashank Singh
U-17: Singles: Ashwini Bhat K, Apeksha Nayak, Deepthi Ramesh, Archana Pai. Doubles: Ranjani Hegde, Shree Raksha S, Ashwini Bhat K, Mithula UK, Apeksha Nayak, Bhavya Rishi. Coach: Sudhakar BN. Manager: Vasanth Kumar KP. RELATED
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Rishi Aggarwal of the Save Aarey campaign knows this only too ... Gandhigiri. However, Abhishek Bhat, a young law student who attended Shailesh Gandhi’s meeting, turns it around. “Satyagraha and Gandhigiri will work if enough of us believe it does ...
U-17: Singles: Ashwini Bhat K, Apeksha Nayak, Deepthi Ramesh, Archana Pai. Doubles: Ranjani Hegde, Shree Raksha S, Ashwini Bhat K, Mithula UK, Apeksha Nayak, Bhavya Rishi. Coach: Sudhakar BN. Manager: Vasanth Kumar KP
a set of antique keys from his mother Jane (Linsday Crouse), and a tiny plastic model of an Indian from his best friend Patrick (Rishi Bhat). Putting them all together, Omri locks the Indian inside the cabinet, only to be awoken by a strange sound in the ...
Rishi Bhat; Born: 1986 Chicago, Illinois, USA: Occupation: Entrepreneur, former child actor: Parent(s) Srikanth Bhat  Rita Gorawara Bhat 
Rishi Bhat, Actor: The Indian in the Cupboard. Rishi Bhat was born in 1984 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is an actor, known for The Indian in the Cupboard (1995).
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Rishi Bhat was born in 1984 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is an actor, known for The Indian in the Cupboard (1995).