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Related NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Published: March 12 2016 12:58 am Officials say people who don’t get time to approach them during the day call them at night From 5 am they start getting calls about water problems Vasant Prabhu Top News “Namaskar disaster control room” One will get to hear the operator speaking on phone as one enters the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) disaster management cell at the basement at its headquarters near Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) Valmik Shirsat a control room operator who has come for the night shift from 11 pm to 7 am signs the attendance muster and takes the seat to receive calls He gets a call about gutter issues and is seen taking down details name and contact number “We have forwarded your complaint to the concerned department” he is heard telling on the phone As he turns to talk Shirsat smiles and says that the disaster cell gets all kinds of civic complaints that include drainage issues hawkers encroachment and water issues even during the night “Some people who are returning home or travelling on bikes call us to complain if they see something And since some people don’t get time during the day they call us late night” said Shirsat who joined the disaster cell six months back Prior to that he worked in the civic body’s security department at the KEM hospital for about six years Apart from Shirsat there are seven-eight other people including the in-charge of the cell for the night shift and operators While three television screens are there in the cell two screens of CCTVs are installed to check traffic and other issues across the city Looking at the three television screens he said “we continuously keep checking the news throughout the night It is to keep track of happenings in the city If there are any happenings we immediately contact the authorities concerned such as fire brigade railway BEST health department and others to get the details and to see whether they need help” In the meantime he hears about the fire call and sees that another colleague is looking into it “We continuously get calls throughout the night From 1 am to 5 am calls about civic complaints are few” said Shirsat who lives in Ghatkopar He adds “After 5 am we start getting calls about water issues We also check whether city’s lifeline (local trains) are working smoothly before getting off duty” he said Once in a while Mahesh Narvekar Chief Officer of Disaster Management Cell makes a call randomly to check if things were peaceful Talking about the night shift and his daily schedule he said “We have to do night duty for 10 days every month I used to do the night shift when I was in the security department So it’s not new to me But there is a big difference in the nature of work At the disaster cell we are constantly on calls to solve citizens issues and deal with any calamities There is huge work satisfaction There is a lot of teamwork here and nobody misses family when they are on duty here” He also talks about adjustments he has to make in his family life “I have a six-month-old boy My wife wants me to stay at home when I am on night shift But I can’t do that and have to make some adjustments My wife and parents understand that and are very cooperative” said Shirsat adding that they also face some health issues like acidity “But that’s normal and we have become used to it Have a comment or suggestion for Night ShiftWrite to [email protected] with subject line:Night Shift For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: November 18 2015 3:59 pm “There was a talk for sure when he (Sanjay Leela Bhansali) had come for lunch at my home and he wanted the rights of ‘Khalnayak’” Subhash Ghai said Related News Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali has expressed his desire to remake the Sanjay Dutt-starrer “Khalnayak” but is yet to buy its rights “Khalnayak” a 1993 action thriller was directed and produced by Subhash Ghai “There was a talk for sure when he (Sanjay Leela Bhansali) had come for lunch at my home and he wanted the rights of ‘Khalnayak’” Ghai told PTI “I have asked for around Rs 8 to 9 crore I think he is too tied up with his current film production (‘Bajirao Mastani’)” he said Ghai however denied reports that filmmaker Karan Johar also wanted to remake “Khalnayak” “No it is not true But other producers yes I can’t reveal names” Ghai said Share This Article Related Article “Khalnayak” revolved around the escape and attempted capture of a terrorist Ballu (Dutt) by Inspector Ram (Jackie Shroff) and his girlfriend police officer Ganga (Madhuri Dixit) “Suddenly this (‘Khalnayak’) has become the hottest product being talked about in market today And we are getting offers from few more producers” Ghai said Last year Ghai sold the remake rights of his another blockbuster film “Ram Lakhan” to filmmaker Karan Johar The remake will be directed by Rohit Shetty For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News Karan’s wife will hover around the sets and keep an eye on the intimate scenes. “Well.

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