13102021-LSTC-01.qxd 10/12/2021 11:24 PM Page 1 c m y b APARSHAKTI BACK ON RADIO Actor Aparshakti Khurana is back on radio for a storytelling series titled Ishq Mein Kabhi Kabhi. He says it’s a ghar waapsi for him as he is back on radio after almost six years. Aparshakti, the younger brother of actor Ayushmann Khurrana, is hosting the new storytelling series on 104.8 Ishq FM. IANS TRIBUNE F you see a shark, stay calm’... Is born survivor Bear Grylls’s tip to Ajay Devgn, as he appears on the show Into The Wild with him. Shot amidst the majestic Indian Ocean, they not only beat the challenges, but cemented a bond they intend to cherish for life. Impressed by each other’s humility, they opened up on their adventure and love for nature. “In my childhood I didn’t get enough of nature,” admitted Ajay Devgn, not too happy with city life, but glad that the shoots filled that void! Ajay’s son Yug, a huge follower of Grylls, wanted to accompany him but since that was not an option, Ajay got a video message from the famous British adventurer! HUMBLE MEN CHANDIGARH | WEDNESDAY | 13 OCTOBER 2021 Amazed to see the ‘unglossy’ side of the Bollywood hero, Grylls calls Devgn humble, honest, determined and calm. “Nobody can prepare for adventure, but power to stay unshakable through it all is tough,” said Grylls, who along with his fondness for Devgn, is equally fond of India for its natural diversi- Nature can be terrifying and inspiring at the same time; the two heroes — Ajay Devgn and Bear Grylls – emerge out of the Into The Wild experience as best buddies ty and hospitable people. For Ajay this was an unparalleled adventure. “I knew absolutely nothing about it, I just followed Gryll. During shoots, one has rehearsals and retakes, but none of that happens when one is facing natural elements,” said Ajay and added he was nervous before each shot. He had so much fun that Ajay has decided to take every nature holiday with Actor Jason Momoa has shared that he was in shock when he received a call from filmmaker Denis Villeneuve for the upcoming film Dune. IANS Singham goes wild! ‘I Mona Shocked! Grylls now! The fondness was mutual as Grylls addressed Ajay as ‘My dear friend Ajay.” GREAT EXPERIENCE Even their love for food is common. As much as Grylls likes the Indian curries, he found it too hot at times. Now a stickler of British version of Indian cuisine, he banked on Ajay for recommendations. As for the show, Grylls said,:“It was a privilege to know Ajay’s warrior spirit, humble heart and family love.” As for Ajay, he added, “I had a lot of fun; it was all unpredictable, but I am happy I made a friend.” Before Ajay, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, megastar Rajnikanth and Akshay Kumar have appeared on the show. The show will be premiered on Discovery+ on October 22. c m y b Twitter break A netizen recently irked Richa Chadha on Twitter by telling the actress that her marriage won’t last long while comparing it to that of Aamir Khan’s. Richa replied by tweeting, “Sarvesh, forget about me, are you losing your mind because no one married you willingly? In your case, it must have been the girl who asked for dowry. Neither do you have looks nor intelligence and you are also poor? Your mother must have switched from LPG to an earthen stove. My regards to you, aunty. What kind of devil you have brought into this world?” Following this incident, Richa announced that she would be taking a break from the platform as it was getting too ‘toxic’. RICHA CHADHA
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