29092021-LSTC-01.qxd 9/28/2021 11:10 PM Page 1 c m y b TRIBUNE No Time to Die world premiere red carpet to stream live on Facebook Tribute! Jake Gyllenhaal has said that women are “superior to men” and paid tribute to the “incredible” females in his family, which includes his sister Maggie. IANS CHANDIGARH | WEDNESDAY | 29 SEPTEMBER 2021 ‘Playing a musician will come naturally’ Lea Seydoux The action shifts to Facebook The London world premiere of the upcoming James Bond film No Time to Die will stream exclusively on Facebook. The social media platform has secured access to the live red carpet at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday and will broadcast the event on both Facebook and through Oculus Venues, an experiential space for the Facebook-backed Oculus VR headset, reports variety.com. Sheetal Daniel Craig JAMES BOND IS JAMES BOND Lea Seydoux, who reprised the role of Dr Madeleine Swann for the new Bond movie No Time To Die, has dismissed the idea of the franchise being helmed by a female character. Seydoux, who previously starred in the 2015 film Spectre, said: "James Bond is James Bond. I don't think James Bond should be played by a woman." Rami Malek RAMI IS ALL PRAISE FOR CRAIG Rami Malek has spilled the beans on working with Daniel Craig. Malek said: "It was everything you'd want me to say. And more. He's very giving. He's so dedicated and so I think he appreciates it when he sees that reciprocated, as it was, by all the actors on the set."—IANS A STILL FROM NO TIME TO DIE I T’S true that songs come out well if singers can relate to the emotion. But is it always required? For the talented singer, Armaan Malik, it’s more of a complementary thing. Here’s a hint—his latest single Barsaat for which he has collaborated with his father Daboo Malik for the first time. The singer says, “I never liked the rain. In fact, I hate it when it rains. But that doesn’t stop me from singing rain-songs which I know most people can relate to. It’s true that when you relate to a particular element of a song, the feeling comes naturally. But otherwise, you can always plan and prepare a song and carefully examine how you want to sing it. You can call it method singing.” Former heavyweight world boxing champion Mike Tyson is all set to mark his first appearance in an Indian film. He has been roped in for Vijay Deverakonda-starrer Liger. The makers of the film welcomed the legend on September 27 with the hashtag ‘NamasteTYSON’. Reportedly, Tyson will make a cameo appearance in the climax portions of Liger. Sharing the news, Karan Johar tweeted a video and wrote, “For the first time ever, the king of the ring will be seen on the big screens of Indian cinema! Welcoming @MikeTyson to the #LIGER team!” South star Vijay Deverakonda, who is making his Hindi film debut with Liger, also shared the same video and wrote, “We promised you Madness! We are just getting started… For the first time on Indian Screens. Joining our mass spectacle – #LIGER The Baddest Man on the Planet The God of Boxing. The Legend, the Beast, the Greatest of all Time! IRON MIKE TYSON #NamasteTYSON.” — Armaan Malik As a playback singer the success that he has achieved is yet to sink in. He says, “It’s very important for singers to keep changing the texture and tone according to the actor and the character you are singing for. At the age of 20, when I had sung Main Rahoon, I had to sound mature because the song demanded that.” He says his voice suits Tiger Shroff and Siddharth Malhotra whereas it’s challenging to sing for actors like Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar. “To match their on-screen stature with my voice is a challenging task,” he says. He sung in various languages like Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Malayalam, Urdu, Gujarati, and Hindi and recently he sang English songs too. It put Armaan’s songs on Billboard’s Top Triller Global Chart, making him the firstever artiste to have achieved this feat twice within one year. Armaan says, “One needs to be exposed to all kinds of music to be able to sing in regional languages. I have been doing voiceovers and ad jingles since the age of eight.” If forced to choose between film music and non-film songs, the singer would opt for the latter as he believes it would help him explore his artistic side. He is also open to acting in films. Armaan says, “Playing a musician on screen will come naturally. There are interesting ideas and stories out there and if something clicks, I would not mind trying out acting.” One thing he would want to see in the Indian music industry is, “Reforms. In the West, ■ What is Armaan for his friends? What comes first to my mind is that they call me ‘the fault-finder’. ■ Do you take your fault-finding habit to your studio? I am a perfectionist. I am always there till the end. I am at the edits, be it music or visuals. I make sure my antennas are up to find all the errors and correct them. ■ One thing that your father discovered about you during the making of Barsaat? He was quite surprised at how good I am in the front of the camera. This is one thing that I have realised quite recently. It doesn’t look like I am forced to act. This song has made me a natural performer. ■ Two artistes on your playlist? Ella Mai and Troye Sivan. You will find mostly English songs on my playlist. ■ Your take on trolls? I keep it simple; I scroll the troll. I don’t take things to my head. I go through comments but do not take it seriously. A lot of people have free time to bring others down, so why give them importance? ■ Favourite Punjabi artistes? Diljit Dosanjh, AP Dhillon, Jaani and B Praak. What the heart wants Don’t miss the mark Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Shamshera, which has been directed by Karan Malhotra, is set to release worldwide on March 18, 2022. The entertainer will present Ranbir in a never seen before avatar and on the star’s birthday (September 28), Yash Raj Films teased his look from the project to celebrate his birthday and tell his fans that a visual spectacle is on the way. Ranbir sports a mark on his forehead that will surely build intrigue about his look and plot of the film. The makers have built the curiosity behind the mark by calling it The Mark of Shamshera! Prateik Chaudhary Celebs tell us the way to a happy & healthy heart September 29 is celebrated as World Heart Day to spread awareness around various heart related ailments. Celebrities talk to us and share what makes their heart happy and urge everyone not to neglect heart problems. I DO WHAT MY HEART SAYS SNEHA NAMNANDI When someone asks me what I wish to be, I always tell them I want to be happy. I am a spontaneous and organic person. Whatever comes to my heart, I instantly do it if it doesn’t harm someone. Coffee and my dogs make me happy. Being calm and composed is the key. Anger and frustration are going to pull you down. Rather be happy and float. SNEHA NAMANANDI NO PENT-UP FEELINGS SHARAD MALHOTRA For me, taking care of my heart means living a good life with my wife, pet and also seeing my parents happy. Life is all about loving your family. One must express what is in one’s heart. Bottling up feelings and emotions is surely not good for your heart and mental health, as both are connected. Being happy means following your heart. JUST DO IT VIVIAN DSENA Heart is all that matters! Fitness is just not physical but mental too. One must count one’s blessings. What makes you happy, just do it. My idea of happiness is to spend time with my family. I feel happy even when I am alone, drinking coffee. All I can say is eat healthy, think healthy and feel healthy. Mike Tyson things like rights, loyalties, copyrights have been dealt with, whereas in India we lack in this department. Many musicians don’t even know how much money their music is earning and where is it going.” In the pipeline, Armaan says, there are a couple of singles, film songs and international collaborations. Up, close and personal Music conquered, singer Armaan Malik sets his next target and well, it’s acting! NamasteTyson, says B-town Mike Tyson is set to make Bollywood debut! I HATE IT WHEN IT RAINS. BUT THAT DOESN’T STOP ME FROM SINGING RAIN-SONGS WHICH I KNOW MOST PEOPLE CAN RELATE TO. SHARAD MALHOTRA FOR DAILY DOSE OF HAPPINESS PRATEIK CHAUDHARY c m y b Good health needs a disciplined routine. I start my day early, around 4:30-5 am, finish my acting riyaz, then workout, have healthy food and go off to shoot. I also go for a run when I feel like it. Spending time with my family, being with them is my daily dose of happiness. This is my daily routine for the last couple of years. SMALL THINGS MATTER DELNAAZ IRANI I have always given importance to the peace of mind. It is really important and I have learnt it the hard way. I find happiness in the smallest of things like reading a newspaper while sipping a hot cup of tea every morning, going out for panipuri with Percy (partner), putting flowers in the vase that add colour to our living space… Anything that gives me complete stress-free moment and peace of mind, makes me smile from my heart. DELNAAZ IRANI FRIENDS & FAMILY TIME HARSSH A SINGH I believe that happiness has to be balanced with moments of struggle or you would not appreciate happiness at all. So, happiness and peace in life must be thoroughly enjoyed so that you are ready to face disappointments when and if they come. I make sure that I meet my close friends regularly and have a good laugh with them. VIVIAN DSENA HARSSH A SINGH
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