01012022-LSTL-01.qxd 1/1/2022 12:23 AM Page 1 c m y b TIGER READY FOR HEROPANTI 2 Action hero Tiger Shroff recently updated his fans through social media that he has started the last leg of Heropanti 2 schedule. Tiger took to his Instagram story to share the poster of the film as he wrote on the picture, “Time to suit up again for one last sched #heropanti2 #eid2022.” IANS TRIBUNE Toothy post Life Kareena Kapoor Khan posted a picture of her younger son Jeh on Instagram and wrote, “His two teeth, the best part of 2021 #31est December #Mera Beta# Blessed New Year all.” IANS LUDHIANA | SATURDAY | 1 JANUARY 2022 The road ahead... Have you set your goals for 2022? If not, take a cue from these celebs, who talk about their resolutions and also how to keep them Mona FAMILY FIRST W HAT’s a new year without new aspirations, hopes and dreams? As 2022 begins, we speak to celebs of the goals realised, targets set for 2022 and if they know a trick or two for keeping their resolutions... WORK IS WORSHIP In 2022, I want to focus on my career completely. It was a hectic 2021 with music videos and travelling post Bigg Boss. With new projects in the pipeline, work is my going to be mainstay! After having a tough 2020 when I was stuck in Mumbai, away from family, my 2021 resolution was to stay happy, healthy and to take care of my parents. And if that left me with any time or energy, to work. I am so happy that I could do it all. During the second wave, I was with my parents in Delhi, and thank God for it. Work wise too, it’s been a good year. For 2022, I want a repeat of 2021 – to be happy, healthy and look after my family. — Shiva Dagar, actor ‘Tough times don’t last’ — Jasmin Bhasin, actor Dia Mirza sums up the year 2021 TO SAY ‘NO’ BRING FRIENDS IN Let the camera roll... Kangana Ranaut is currently busy with the filming of her production house Manikarnika Films’ first project, Tiku Weds Sheru. Starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui, the film also has Avneet Kaur. Taking to her Instagram handle, she posted two pictures. She wrote, “This is no ordinary day, today on the sets of Tiku Weds Sheru I found a rare gem, Newall camera right from the golden age of Indian Cinema 1950s and this belonged to one of the greatest directors of all time, Shri Bimal Roy ji …As I am all set to direct my second feature film Emergency, this is nothing short of a blessing…What a lovely day …Thanks to the family of Bimal Roy ji to give us this precious gem for filming… thanks @donfernandodp for arranging this …”—TMS STAYING CONNECTED I had made a resolution to have less of cakes and mithais and I did reduce the intake. My 2022 resolution is to work in a web series and I am meeting lot of people for the same. I also want to strike a balance in personal and professional life. Over the years, I have realised that to stick to your resolution, tell your best friends about your resolution and tell them to remind if you falter. — Sharad Malhotra, actor Kangana thanks family of Bimal Roy for a precious gem The lessons I learnt in 2020, I made sure I implemented those in 2021. I remained active. Also, I decided to help people. To ensure I keep my targets, each night I reminded myself about the things to do, and the next day to put it in practice. For 2022 my resolution is to be more connected with the media. After 2020, I don’t think there was any point in even thinking about resolutions because of the struggles the whole world was facing. Just like the rest of us I was concerned about the safety of my family. All I wanted to do was help in whatever little capacity I could and spread awareness. This year I want to read more, write more, less time on social media and most importantly start saying No to things I’m not sure about. Being an Army kid, it’s in my character to stick to targets that I give myself. — Smriti Kalra, actor — Abhilash Thapliyal, actor PRACTISE GRATITUDE My 2022 resolution is to practise gratitude because I feel a grateful heart is the best antidote to the tough times. We have all struggled though the year. To stick to resolutions, enjoy the process instead of just being concerned about the end goal. I usually make a list of the things that I want to do and then things that are stopping me from getting there and then I make a final list that will help me go past my limitations.— Ishika Taneja, actor ONE BOOK A MONTH Giving my best to my work is my resolution for 2022; also I want to start reading again. I plan to finish at least one book every month. So, by the end of 2022, I would finish 12-15 titles. Himansh Kohli, actor Anushka Sharma to return with three projects to our film industry in 2022. She is expected to be seen in three big projects, two of them being big screen entertainers, while the third is an OTT project. The scale with which this project is being conceptualised easily makes it the biggest film to be produced for the digital space in India!” —TMS Covid kind of threw all resolutions out the window but it did teach me what the real important things in life are and how to scale down certain things which are unnecessary. For 2022, I want to work and hopefully launch myself as a director. To stick to your goals, keep them small and manageable. — Vivan Bhathena, actor Celebs support MAI’s plea after Delhi shuts down cinema halls Three cheers Anushka Sharma’s return to the movies has been hugely speculated and anticipated by her fans and industry folks alike and now we hear that the actress is set to sign about three premium projects. A source says, “Anushka Sharma returning to the movies is the best thing happening KEEP IT SMALL Dia Mirza is all set to embrace the New Year as the actress bid adieu to 2021 by penning a heartfelt note. She expressed gratitude about becoming a mother to son Avyaan after her marriage with Vaibhav Rekhi and also thanked the year for all the experiences she had, including a near-death one when her baby was prematurely born. Taking to her Instagram handle, Dia shared a beautiful video featuring photos and videos from each month of the year. Dia wrote, “Thank you #2021 for making me a Mother. It was year filled with incredible joy, a near-death experience, the early birth of our son and some very testing times. But the lessons are well learnt and the gratitude runs deep. The biggest learning - the toughest times don’t last. Breathe. Witness. Surrender. And be grateful. Every single day.” Meanwhile, on the work front, Dia will soon be seen in acclaimed director Anubhav Sinha’s Bheed starring Rajkummar Rao and Bhumi Pednekar. —TMS Varun Dhawan LAST All eyes on Liger’s journey Vijay Deverakonda-starrer Liger has been making headlines ever since it was announced. Now, testing audiences’ patience and raising expectations, the makers have dropped the first glimpse of the movie. As seen in the teaser, we can witness the journey of Vijay from the streets of Mumbai to becoming a champion in MMA (Mixed Martial Arts). What has impressed everyone in the teaser is the way Vijay says the dialogue, “Vaat laga denge,” with utmost passion. Karan Johar wrote, “Presenting the #LigerFirstGlimpse – packed with action & thrill. This is just the beginning, we’ll see you in cinemas on 25th August, 2022! #Liger #VaatLagaDenge.”—TMS Surplus ‘Cinemas are safe’ The Delhi government has decided to shut down cinema halls, gyms and spas in order to curb the Covid spread. However, now the Multiplex Association of India’s (MAI) has written a letter, requesting the government to reconsider the decision and to reopen Delhi cinemas. The MAI letter stated that the Delhi government’s decision has caused ‘massive uncertainty’ which could lead to ‘irreparable damage’ to the film industry. Referring to the period from March 2020, the letter mentioned that it was ‘undeniably the most chal- lenging’ time for the film industry. Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon took to their Instagram Stories and asked fans to read MAI letter and also requested the government to reconsider it. Meanwhile, Karan Johar on December 30, urged the government to permit the functioning of theatres. 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