04072018-LSTL-01.qxd 7/3/2018 7:46 PM Page 1 c m y b LUDHIANA | WEDNESDAY | 4 JULY 2018 TRIBUNELIFE+STYLE DAMON TO STAR IN THE KING OF OIL NEW DATE FOR THIRD INSTALLMENT OF YPD Hollywood actor Matt Damon is all set to star as notorious billionaire Marc Rich in the upcoming film The King of Oil. Damon is teaming up with actor John Krasinski who is producing this film with his company Sunday Night Productions. ANI Dharmendra's Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se, which was due to release on August 15, will now open on August 31. The third installment of the Yamla Pagla Deewana franchise also stars Sunny and Bobby Deol. Sunny explained the shift in release date in a statement. He said the date was moved "since August 15 has two films Gold and Satyamev Jayate lined up.” ANI GOT ACTOR, ROBERT ARAMAYO, BAGS A FILM Robert Aramayo, the actor best known for playing young Ned Stark in Game of Thrones, has been roped-in to feature in romantic drama, Eternal Beauty. The 25-year-old actor will be directed by Craig Roberts. PTI A piece of cake At every step of baking, they add their own special touch. Meet these avid bakers from the region, who after training abroad have brought the best flavours home PHOTO: RAVI KUMAR baking a bread. I love to inculcate fancier details in everything that stands on my shelves.” Together with her baker mum, their Gateaux is a secret recipe that’s so popular that one must pre-order it! Amongst the many treats that she introduced post her Paris stint is Frangipan tarts — made with almond flour and butter — a favourite for its amazing texture and delicate flavour. Fond of macroons, her shelves are rich in striking flavours like raspberry, blueberry and passion fruit. “One big challenge has been to balance sugar according to the local taste.” BREAD ZONE Nikhil Mittal While one would get online recipes at a click, it takes thorough training to make proper desserts. Nikhil learnt it all in Australia and is happy to replicate that here. “What really hit me was the fact that ingredients make a huge difference. Be it fresh berries or even flour, the quality matters.” While so far his red velvet cake and banoffee has been lapped up, it’s his breads that are the current show-stealers. Sprouts, rye and chia seeds for ingredients, they sure have caught the fancy of the conscious-eaters! PHOTO: NITIN MITTAL BAGEL LOVE Kajal Goyal (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP) GAYATRI SOOD, NIKHIL MITTAL, JASLEEN NARULA AND GARIMA AGGARWAL Mona HERE is something about sifting, stirring, weighing and then waiting for it to rise...those who love baking know how each step towards that dainty treat must be carefully measured. Make your passion your profession and you won’t have to work a day in life, they say, and these bakers from the region are living up to it. Trained in the best of T the pastry schools around the world, they are happy bringing the best back home. CHARMING CHANDELIER Jasleen Narula It was a chance that Jasleen was in Wellington for a holiday and Le Cordon Bleu, New Zealand, opened its seats. With a passion for baking, Jasleen stayed back for nine months to learn the craft of pastry-making. “There was equal thrust on theory and practical during the course. And, since this school was relatively new, they had a fresh perspective — traditional recipes and modern outlook.” Her chandelier cakes that she introduced about a year back have been talk of the town. Dressed in flowers, beads and crystals just like chandeliers, these dainty beauties amaze everyone around as she assembles and decorates it on the spot. Close to reality We had to bring our best game on table, says Nawazuddin about Sacred Games National Awardwinning actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who plays crime-lord Ganesh Gaitonde in the forthcoming Netflix series Sacred Games, says the team knew that creatively they had to bring “the best” on the table with the show. Sacred Games is an eightepisode show based on Vikram Chandra’s similarly titled book. It is directed by Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap. Asked if the series format of storytelling changed his performance as an actor, Nawazuddin shared, “The script was written with a lot of details. It has not only given me a chance to go deeper into the charac- VARIED THEMES Garima Aggarwal Fond of baking, Garima wanted to learnt the art nowhere but in the dessert capital of the world. “My time there opened my eyes to a brave new world. It set a strong foundation to my baking journey,” says Garima. Taking inspiration from her idols – Christian Tosi, Stella Parks and Stevi Auble — Garima is happy baking the best flavours for people in ter, but also explore the possibility to work on a scene better.” Digital space The actor has explored the digital space earlier with a few short films like in Defence of Freedom and Carbon. He believes the production quality of Netflix is higher and he loves that. “Since the digital platform is quite open to people these days, many are coming in the business and making shows. Some of them are good, and some are sub-standard, but Netflix has maintained a quality. So when we are acting, we know that we have to bring our best game on the table.” Sacred Games is releasing on Netflix this Friday. — IANS c m y b Ludhiana. If her theme cakes with matching cup cakes steal the show, her Banana Nutella cake sells like hot cake, literally! SO SWEET Gayatri Sood A huge fan of Julia Child, Gayatri wanted to train in her alma mater - Le Cordon Bleu, Paris. “What I loved about that place was the attention to detail, even in something as humble as Encouraged by her restaurateur husband, Kajal learnt the tricks of the trade in Paris. “I was bowled over by the fact how a little treat took so many elements to make it wonderful,” she says. Her macaroons and signature La Stella Cake (in hazelnut flavour) are a joy. In love with bagels, she wonders why Chandigarh hasn’t opened up to them yet? Her Opera Cake — a coffee cake with an almond punch — is quite a hit already. email@example.com Vicky stuns in Sanju Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju opened with a great weekend and Vicky Kaushal has left everyone stunned, with his performance as Sanju’s best friend Kamlesh. Vicky’s work in the movie is being widely appreciated by his fans and friends. His father, Sham Kaushal, took to Twitter to praise the work of his son, writing, “God is & has been very kind. As a father feeling so blessed & humbled for the love Vicky Kaushal is getting from everyone in #Sanju as Kamli. Puttar @vickykaushal09 so proud of u. Can’t express my feelings. Thank u @RajkumarHirani for making it possible. (Clockwise from left) Priyanka, Mista Baaz and Akash Dadlani Nothing is impossible... ... believes former Big Boss contestant Akash Dadlani, all-eager to release his single Bang Bang, which he hopes will strike the right chord with youngsters Jasmine Singh Akash Dadlani is a bundle of energy; he is the man who believes that everything on this Earth is possible — all one has to do is reach out for it with all sincerity. Currently on a promotional tour of his upcoming single Bang Bang, this much-loved-and-hated reality show Bigg Boss’s ex-contestant is living a new life, which has changed 360-degree post the show. Sporty spirit First, the tonic that keeps him going! “Well, my endless energy can be attributed to tennis. Back in America, I used to play tennis eight to ten hours a day as compared to kids who used to put in only four hours.” On why this young tennis star never made it to the professional tennis circuit, he adds, “Due to my short height.” Short he might be, but the singer is tall enough to reach for his dreams. Akash moved to America when he was eight years; his mother single-handedly raised him and his sister. “As a kid, I’ve had the attitude of a winner. I give in my best to be number one in everything I do, whether it is sports, reality show or music.” Yes Boss VICKY KAUSHAL May God bless all.” Vicky’s work was also appreciated by film fraternity members like Karan Johar, Varun Dhawan, Arshad Warsi, Aamir Khan, Meghna Gulzar and Shabana Azmi, among others. The 30-year-old star was last seen in Raazi, opposite Alia Bhatt. — ANI Those who followed Bigg Boss season 11 have seen various shades of Akash — he was loved and despised in equal measure. “I was real; I didn’t have a clue about Bigg Boss, but my mother suggested it would be good for me, so, I went for it and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.” About his song, he says, “Bang Bang is a sum total of all my experiences; I have tried to keep it as real as possible. Through the song I want parents and kids to know that if the child is allowed to be, he or she can touch great heights.” The music of the track has been given by Mista Baaz and Akash wants it to be the anthem of the youth. “I have only shown the youth real stuff; nothing on my video is unreal.” Real take Akash recently met Mahesh Bhatt, who loved his energy and advised him to stay real. “I guess the reason why people love me is because I am real. 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