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Rajesh Khattar, who was recently seen flaunting his chest in Khiladi 786, has now gone one step ahead in Race 2 by doing a Full Monty. Bollywood Hungama caught up with the actor for a quick tete-a-tete. Rajesh, the eternal question, how was the feeling going topless for the scene Though I was aware of the scene but didn't know how it was going to be shot, but when my directors Abbas and Mustan told me, I totally went with their vision. The said scene is a dramatic scene between Saif & me & not as it is perceived. Weren't you apprehensive or nervous about the same Frankly speaking, I was a little apprehensive yes, but had full faith in my directors. And as far as inhibitions are concerned, as we were only giving the impression of Full Monty, the only inhibition was an that I hope my body is not looking odd, particularly if you have so many good looking stars in the movie with their chiseled physiques. Did you ok the shot in one take It's a long scene so obviously there were many takes & Saif is an amazingly helpful co-actor. He added a lot to the scene. I am sure audiences are going to love Race 2 & I hope I too am appreciated by them for my performance. What's the context of the scene in the film that makes you do a Full Monty All that I can tell you right now is that this is a scene which is a confrontation between Saif and my character in the film. But you have to watch the film to know more about it. What films are you doing after Race 2 There's a film titled Manjunath, that's based on a real story. Besides this, I have signed a couple of other films, about which I feel it's too early to talk about. I will surely let you know when the time is right. Trust me; the roles in these films are really something to watch out for.
The Canadian Community Health Survey 2.1 (N = 90,310) provided nationally representative data that enabled binary logistic regression modeling on fair/poor self-rated health in two analytical stages. The additive stage involved regressing self-rated health on race, gender, class, and sexual orientation singly and then as a set. The intersectional stage involved consideration of two-way and three-way interaction terms between the inequality variables added to the full additive model created in the previous stage.
Second, simultaneity and multiplicativity imply that the inequality identities should interact meaningfully with one another as predictors of health, that is, statistical interactions between the inequality variables of race, gender, class, and sexual orientation should manifest significant effects above and beyond their main effects in the abovementioned additive models. The existence of interactions speaks to multiplicativity. The qualities of the interactions themselves speak to multiple jeopardy and directionality. At least three multiplicative scenarios are possible for a given statistical interaction: 1. two or more axes of inequality manifest directions of some kind or other in additive models and then display an aggravating effect in the interaction between them, 2. two or more axes manifest given directions in additive models and then display a mitigating effect in their interaction, and 3. an interaction manifests itself between two or more axes but not all of the axes display independent effects in additive models. Aggravating effects support the assumption of multiple jeopardy and reinforce the directionality identified in the additive models whereas non-aggravating effects run contrary to the assumption of multiple jeopardy and complicate directionality. Finally, contributions to predicted variability in the models address multiplicativity by providing an indication of the \"value added\" of the statistical interactions; comparisons of R2 values between regression models with and without the cross-product terms can be used to assess the magnitude of their contributions to explaining variability in health above and beyond the contributions of the main effects.
The intersectionality principle of simultaneity maintains that all four axes of inequality should be considered in an analysis while the principle of multiplicativity maintains that intersections between axes should overshadow or supplant the individual axes themselves in their effects. Although we carry our identities into every social situation, not all of them are necessarily salient in or relevant to a particular encounter . Even so, race, gender, class, and sexual orientation all manifested independent relationships with health at the additive stage of my analysis and each of the four axes intersected meaningfully with at least one other axis, suggesting that all four of these intersectionality axes of inequality were operative for better or for worse in many of the social situations encountered by survey respondents in their everyday lives. In short, the principles of simultaneity and multiplicativity founded upon the inequality foursome of race, gender, class, and sexual orientation appear to be relevant for disparities in health in Canada.
Bart Landry  argues that while the notion of oppression is useful and undoubtedly reflects real experiences, for intersectionality theory to realize its full potential in social research it must accommodate more neutral experiences of differences or variations in experiences across social locations that are not inherently oppressive. The plight of poor homosexuals may indeed reflect a multiple jeopardy that accrues at the intersection of the oppressive forces of heterosexism and capitalism. However, the interaction between gender and race reported here suggests that certain characteristics of South Asian communities are detrimental for the health of women and beneficial for the health of men. If patriarchal gender relations within South Asian families are culpable  then inequality by gender is clearly a factor here but race relations perhaps are not. The interaction between gender and class in turn points to the particularly heavy penalty paid by lower class men; here class inequality among men  may be more pertinent than gender relations between men and women. These provocative findings point to the importance of applying to health disparities in Canada a version or understanding of intersectionality theory that can accommodate intersections of different kinds and qualities.
Saif Ali Khan portrayed the avenger, Ranvir Singh in Race 2 movie. In the race, Ranvir gets many opponents: Armaan Mallick, Aleena, Omisha, etc. But he always follows his heart and finally makes Armaan routed. 1e1e36bf2d