31122021-LSTC-01.qxd 12/31/2021 12:18 AM Page 1 c m y b Producer Vijay Galani passed away on Wednesday (December 29) in London. He was in his late 50s. He was detected with cancer and had left for the UK a few days back for treatment. Vijay Gilani is known for producing some popular movies like Achanak, Ajnabee and more. TRIBUNE Life Covid-positive The latest celebrity to join the list of Covidpositive is Nora Fatehi. The actress and dancer took to her Instagram stories to inform fans on Wednesday. TMS CHANDIGARH | FRIDAY | 31 DECEMBER 2021 Sedate & sensible On New Year Eve this time, most celebs want it to be a family affair and hope for a brighter 2022 Ready for the party tonight? Sheetal Family time Mona I am celebrating New Year’s Eve with my family this time after a month of promotions for 83. My mom and dad have come from Chandigarh to live with me in Mumbai. We are going to cook a special dinner like Indian households. We will just watch some TV shows. My hope is that we get more patient and persistent. E VEN if 2021 posed challenges, one can hope, dream and expect 2022 brings a new lease of life. While the situation is sad with new restrictions being announced every other day, we take a look at New Year Eve plans of celebs and what they wish for the New Year. Behave responsibly — Sahil Khattar, actor Peace to all I am going to be in Mumbai for New Year’s Eve with all the travelling restrictions and stuff. I don’t want to take a chance. I feel everyone should behave responsibly keeping in mind the current scenario. I am hoping 2022 brings an amazing offer for me. Looking forward Last year was like a dream, work-wise, and I am hoping to continue the same way and build up on that in 2022. I look forward to new roles, especially Code M Season 2. I am in Ooty, but going to Bengaluru to be with my mom, dad and close friends. — Tanuj Virwani, actor — Arslan Goni, actor Honest prayers No party I am in Dubai with family and friends. I hope and pray that 2022 will bring peace and good health to the world. I pray for the well-being of the world at large. My heart goes out to those who lost their family members. — Bhumika Chawla, actress I am not much of a party person, so will be home on New Year Eve. My hope is that Covid abates. Also, that we are kind and compassionate towards nature and wildlife so as our next generation—has access to clean air. — Pankaj Tripathi, actor I travelled for Christmas so for New Year Eve, I am going to be with my family. I am going to be at home with my son and welcome 2022. I hope for a better 2022 for everyone—less obstacles, more clarity, more focus, things opening up and, of course, holding on to the learning from the last two years. My mantra would be— less is more, keep everything clean and minimal, work harder, let’s overcome our challenges and enjoy everything we do; most of all, peace to all. As Omicron lurks, many restaurants and bars in the city have settled for a quiet dinner on New Year’s Eve. But here is what our Punjabi artistes have to offer… Punjabi artistes are in demand on New Year’s Eve everywhere. If Sidhu Moosewala and Mankirat Aulakh performed in Goa on December 29 and 30, respectively, then the Bijlee Bijlee singer Harrdy Sandhu will be live in Kolkata on New Year’s Eve and will perform in Goa on January 1, 2022. In Chandigarh, Jasmine Sandlas will perform at JW Marriott as she is back in India after a long time. Singer Arjan Dhillon and Gulab Sidhu will be singing at the Playboy Club and The Finch, respectively. Singer Akhil, Khaabfame, will be live in Hard Rock Café. He says, “I am glad that this time shows are happening as we did not perform last year. I am so happy and excited. We have to take proper precautions though and be safe.” Social is hosting ‘The New Year Party You Deserve’ and Vintage Circus Gala at Playground Café and Bar. In Mohali there’s a rooftop party at Arista Hotel. DJ Rudy and Dip are playing at Space Lounge and Bar. Newly launched Hops and Grains, Mohali, will host DJ Rohit. At the Panchkula branch, the festivities begin at 6 pm since there’s a night curfew in Haryana after 11 pm. Piccadilia—The Theatre Café is hosting a bash with an all-red theme. PHOTO: ISTOCK PRODUCER VIJAY GILANI DIES — Tusshar Kapoor, actor WELCOMING with heritage bridal collection Making Charges Starting From SCO-3, Sector 22-D, Chandigarh (Opposite Dry Fruit Market) c m y b 4% 0172-4601192, +91 7976377513 ALSO AT DELHI,JAIPUR & USA
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