As India stands on the cusp of a transformational economic change, I strongly believe that this is the right moment to launch IDEAS that stand out in terms of their sheer scale, the grandness of vision, and the magnitude of their excellence and innovation. We want to change the paradigms that have defined the industry from a construction to a developmental industry. And true to this vision, Central Park will be offering global customers ideal living spaces which will also be comprised of luxurious homes – homes that will be at par with global standards of living.
Contest Essays for January - 2012
In 1998, Kajol established herself as a leading actress of contemporary Hindi cinema by featuring in three of the top-grossing productions of the year . Her first release that year was Sohail Khan 's romantic comedy Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya , in which she played Muskaan Thakur, a naive village girl who falls in love with a rich boy (played by Salman Khan ), but faces difficulties in convincing her elder brother about her relationship. The film not just emerged as a box office hit, but also garnered positive comments from critics, as did Kajol's performance. In her next release, the psychological thriller Dushman , Kajol played the dual roles of twin sisters, Sonia and Naina Saigal, alongside Sanjay Dutt and Ashutosh Rana . Directed by Tanuja Chandra and written by Mahesh Bhatt , the film revolves around Naina avenging the rape and murder of her sister, and won Kajol critical appreciation with reviewer Sukanya Verma writing, "Kajol is in superb form, both as the opinionated career-minded twin who is murdered, and as the avenger. Even she must have preferred less glycerine and more restraint."   Despite underperforming at the box office, Dushman proved to be a major critical success. For her performance, Kajol won her first Screen Award for Best Actress and received a Best Actress nomination at Filmfare.