05092021-LSTC-01.qxd 9/4/2021 11:32 PM Page 1 c m y b B’DAY GIFT FOR RISHI KAPOOR On the occasion of late actor Rishi Kapoor’s birth anniversary, Excel Entertainment unveiled the first look of his film, Sharmaji Namkeen. The film marks Kapoor’s last project but since he passed away before completing the film, the makers decided to rope in Paresh Rawal to portray his role . TRIBUNE Safety issue Angelina Jolie has claimed that she feared for the safety of her “whole family” during her marriage to Hollywood star Brad Pitt, although she hopes they can “heal and be peaceful”. —IANS CHANDIGARH | SUNDAY | 5 SEPTEMBER 2021 All lessons are not learnt in classrooms. On Teacher’s Day, celebs talk about their favourite teachers and that one important lesson that helps them move forward Full B marks Gurnaaz Kaur EYOND the stories they narrate on the big screen, celebrities too have their own life stories wherein they deal with highs and lows, good and bad times, some hardships and many memories. While life is the biggest teacher, there are people who share with us some valued life lessons that we apply and appreciate. Today, on the occasion of Teacher’s Day, these celebrities tell us about their favourite teacher and that one learning that helps them shake off the negative emotions and move forward towards a bright future. Sunny Leone to launch her own NFTs Sunny Leone to roll out her very own NFTs. She is among the first Indian stars to venture into the digital assets, along with superstar Big B, who too revealed his interest in NFT recently. Sunny says, “I really believe crypto is the future of the world and NFTs give me an opportunity to express myself with art and be able to essentially make each NFT its own unique token which is really exciting. Lessons in laughter: DIVYA DUTTA Teacher: My biology teacher in school named Kusum Sharma. Lesson: Once teachers were interviewing me for school captainship and I said something funny. She burst into laughter. There was a take home from that incident. I realised she believed in simply being herself, not trying to appear serious only because she was a teacher. She enjoyed every moment and that stayed with me. Learning from mistakes APARSHAKTI KHURANA Teacher: Savita Narang. Lesson: I have three or four favourite teachers from school, one of them is my English teacher Savita Narang ma’am. I still remember what she once said—“Mistakes are lessons that we need to learn.” c m y b An advice for life: MANJOT SINGH Teacher: Raj Kaushal. I’ve met him many times and we shared a beautiful relationship. I’ve learnt a lot from him; he was an amazing soul. Lesson: He had once told me, when you leave this world, your kids and your family shouldn’t remember you for what you’ve left for them- property, money, etc. They should remember you for how you treated them. I got goosebumps when he said this but it stayed with me. Today when we think of him, it’s all the goodness and love he spread around that comes to mind, so I know what he meant. Life is a school itself Manisha Koirala Teacher: I would say I had the blessings of good teachers, my mother and lastly, cancer as my teacher! I learn a lot from writers. Life is a school itself. Lesson: To do one’s best at any given time knowing our only job is to evolve as human beings and support life force. From father to son ROHIT SARAF Simple and basic rule ABHINAV SHUKLA Teacher: My mother Radha Shukla, who has taught thousands of kids. Lesson: She said something very basic— “When we hide something, we have to lie” The lesson has many applications in our lives, be it work, relationships, etc. Changed perspective: AKSHAY OBEROI Teacher: Sanjay Mishra. We did a film together called Dard De. Unfortunately, the movie hasn’t been released but we became very good friends. Lesson: While filming the movie he kind of took me under his wing. He is my favourite actor and he can just pull off any role. He told me that every project you do, be it a web series, a show or a movie, just keep doing it and don’t analyse things too much. Teacher: My father Suresh Sharaf. Lesson: The single most important and lifechanging lesson I’ve ever learnt is that kindness and courage go the farthest in life. It’s a belief/ lesson that comes from my father. “DIVYA JYOTI SOCIETY ” Registered No. 00033 dt. 06.12.2012 (Registrar & Firm Societies Haryana) Sector-12, Extn-2, Panchkula. Booking for Affordable Independent Floors 3BHK (185 sq.yards) 4BHK 237 s.yards) for new members. For booking contact on Mob.: 92168-20025
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