24022021-LSTL-01.qxd 2/23/2021 11:24 PM Page 1 c m y b TRIBUNE On a roll Taapsee Pannu has multiple releases lined up for the year which includes Haseena Dillruba, Rashmi Rocket, Looot Lapeta, Shabaash Mithu and Do Baaraa. LUDHIANA | WEDNESDAY | 24 FEBRUARY 2021 Play with prints linked to happiness, optimism creativity and have a calming effect. These uplifting tones shout to be seen and stand out this spring.” With the vaccination bringing new life and hope, Pallavi adds, “Warm greens, orangey reds, peachy pinks and every shade of light brown from tan to palest beige will be a hit during this time of the year.” If we are talking about Gurnaaz Kaur For the girl Parineeti’s mother draws a special painting for the actress I N this season of fragrance, beauty and blooming flowers, the fashion trends are all things fun too. Spring is the time to experiment and let your imagination go wild. In this very first season of the year, which brings vibrant colours to the forefront, you can be the most fashionable dresser in your group with this comprehensive guide to the most important trends of 2021. With spring splashing colours all around, designers are set to brighten up your wardrobe with vibrant colours & interesting silhouettes ALL ABOUT COMFORT Parineeti Chopra’s mother, noted artist Reena Chopra, has made aspecial painting to commemorate her forthcoming release The Girl On The Train. The painting showcases a girl standing in front of a speeding yellow train, much like Parineeti’s character in the film. “My mother surprised me with this painting. I was not at all aware that she was making this for me. As most know that my mother is a professional painter and she sells her artwork but this one won’t be sold as it is very precious. She has immortalised my work in TGOTT through her art and this is the sweetest, warmest and most special gift that I have ever received from her,” says Parineeti. Parineeti has made special plans to put up this painting in her plush new house in Mumbai. ‘I do not need to commit suicide’ Adhyayan Suman on his suicide hoax Recently, a news channel reported that actor Adhyayan Suman had committed suicide. The news spread like a forest fire. Adhyayan, who is very much alive and healthy, called these reports shameful and said he was in shock. Talking to media on Monday, the actor said, “I was in a meeting when people started calling me. People were nervous as I could not pick calls. Even my mom called. She was obviously in shock and could not believe the reports.Why would you report this? I am happy in my life and am working hard. I do not need to commit suiI WAS IN A MEETING WHEN cide… It is shameful.” PEOPLE STARTED CALLING Adhyayan’s father ShekharME. PEOPLE WERE NERVOUS Suman also reacted to this bizarre AS I COULD NOT PICK CALLS. news and tweeted, “@ZeeNews actADHYAYAN SUMAN ed unpardonably irresponsible and sent out a piece of news that devastated me, my wife and my family members. My wife was inconsolable as they announced that Adhyayan Suman has committed suicide. Adhyayan was in Delhi. I’m taking legal action against them and suing them for such a reprehensible act. The media ought to be more responsible and not jeopardize people’s lives and destroy them for their own vested interest.” ❝ Abhishek’s look in Dasvigets thumbs-up From the makers of Hindi Medium, Angrezi Medium and Bala comes a hilarious social comedy Dasvi, starring Abhishek Bachchan, Yami Gautam and Nimrat Kaur. The makers released first-look posters of all three of them on Monday while announcing the film. Abhishek will be seen as Ganga Ram Chaudhary and this sure has left everyone super impressed. Taking to his Instagram handle, Abhishek shared his first look wherein he is seen sporting a muffler and wearing a stud. Sharing the post, the Dhoom star wrote, “Meet Ganga Ram Chaudhary #Dasvi Shoot Begins…”As soon as the actor shared the poster, Abhishek was inundated with best wishes. Ready with the fashion forecast, Pallavi Singhee of Verb believes spring is all about melting the desirable with the wearable. And this time around, she says, all things vintage will make a comeback. “Coined in quarantine, spring is about comfort, luxe, happy clothing celebrating life, intimacy, love. So, be ready to include avantgarde drapes, fitted waists, big bouffant sleeves, old romantic collars, sweetheart necklines.” SIGNS OF LIFE When it comes to defining the stapes for this weather, Reby Jindal of GUAPA associates spring with rebirth. “There’s sunshine, there are flowers and signs of life and growth are blossoming in every corner. For me, some staple looks would be sundresses, a white shirt and a denim skirt, etc. But some of the musthaves this season include dresses, co-ord sets, joggers, skirts etc.” Adding to the mood is Mallika Tomar of House of Tomar whose inspiration for this year’s collection is social media. Mallika says, “Referring to social media, the first word that comes to mind is anxiety. Society has become familiar to anxiety disorder as social media has become quotidian activity of life. Our col- STAPLE LOOKS FOR SPRING ■ Exaggerated shoulders and sleeves ■ Bra tops ■ Oversized denims blocking of statement colours ■ Lace underskirts and crops ■ Rainbow stripe overlays lection focuses on four concept inspired prints, including scroll print, FOMO print, adrenaline and OCD print. Breezy, flowy and lightweight fabrics with rich feel such as viscose, shantung, organza, etc, that make you stand out with layers, drop shoulders and more of such elements.” We’ve been well-versed with functional fashion, thanks to Covid-19 that made work-from-home a norm. Thus multitude of designs that can be worn on a holiday and when you’re home are a must, opines Kangana opens cafe in Manali Actress Kangana Ranaut has ventured into the food and beverage business by opening a cafe and restaurant in her hometown Manali. On Tuesday, Kangana shared photographs from the location where her cafe will be set up. The actress calls this her dream venture, revealing that apart from cinema she is also passionate about food. “Sharing my new venture my dream with you all, something which will bring us closer, other than movies my other passion food, taking baby steps in to FnB industry, building my first cafe and restaurant in Manali, thanks to my terrific team dreaming of something spectacular. Thanks,” Kangana tweeted. —IANS ■ Colour Reby as she adds, “Comfort in clothing has taken precedence over everything else due to the pandemic. Playful prints and colours are at the focus of this season’s collection and all designs are very versatile and can be easily dressed up or down.” COLOUR ME RIGHT As far as the colour palette is concerned, other than the inspiration from the hues surrounding us, Mallika says, “Aqua blue, firelight red, mellow yellow, bride jade and purple dusk are colours, colour blocking a trend that tops it all, can’t be left behind. There are some tips these designers share. While Reby says, “It is easier to colour block the same tones of colour than it is to colour block contrasting colours. In the same family of colours, go for a lighter and darker version to colour block.” However, Pallavi has a pro-tip in colour blocking with prints. “It’s ideal to team prints it with a solid. While on the other hand, if experimenting with strong colours, it’s beautiful to team them with lace and femme crop tops.” ALL FOR ACCESSORIES No look is complete without accessories and the best way to accessorise is to first find a focal point of dressing, explains Pallavi. “For instance, if we are doing solids and only silhouettes, then it’s best to team it with a statement accessory like a big necklace, or large statement earrings/rings. If the outfit is the focal point, like a nice ruffle blouse or maybe big mamma jeans, then it’s nice to team them with accessories that help complete the look, like big large hoops, a beautiful waist bag and nice shoes to go with depending on the occasion.” Kapil Sharma spotted on a wheelchair at airport AYUSHMANN KHURRANA WITH ANUBHAV SINHA Watch out for Joshua Anubhav Sinha’s second collaboration with Ayshmann Khurrana, Anek, will be out in cinema halls on September 17. Announcing the release date of the film, T-Series took to their Twitter handle and wrote, “Naam #ANEK, lekin release date ek! Milte hai aap se 17th September 2021 ko!”Ayushmann and Anubhav had earlier collaborated for the film Article 15 which was a hit. Ayushmann, who plays the role of Joshua in Anek, c m y b Ayushmann Khurrana’s Anek gets its release date has got his fans excited with the first look of his character. In the first look, the actor is seen sporting an eyebrow slit. Talking about it he says, “The eyebrow slit that I’m sporting in Anek was an idea that I discussed with Anubhav sir. It was about creating a distinct look and I’m glad that people have taken notice of this and are discussing it.” A video of Kapil Sharma being taken away on a wheelchair at Mumbai airport went viral on Monday. The standup comedian-turned-actor has been injured. But the cause of injury is not known yet. As soon as Kapil was spotted, the paparazzi started clicking his pictures and looks like Kapil was not in a mood to get clicked. As the photographers continued to cross his path while he was being taken away, Kapil snapped at the shutterbugs and abused them. Kapil’s behaviour did not go down well with netizens. Some people slammed him In a foul mood for his arrogance. One user wrote, “This attitude made him down before also, now also he is the same.” OTT can wait! As reported recently, Hrithik Roshan was set to make his OTT debut with the Hindi adaption of Tom Hiddleston’s The Night Manager. Disney+Hotstar had approached Hrithik for the remake of the British mini-series last year in September. The star was supposed to begin shooting in March 2021. Hrithik backs out of The Night Manageradaptation However, as per the latest buzz, Hrithik has allegedly backed out. Reportedly, long working hours and date schedules made Hrithik drop the project. Hrithik was supposed to play Jonathan Pine, the character from John Le Carre’s classic novel.
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