05062022-LT-03.qxd 6/4/2022 11:11 PM Page 1 c m y b TRIBUNE UP & ABOUT 3 LUDHIANA | SUNDAY | 5 JUNE 2022 Way to tinsel town Jasmin Bhasin starts shooting for her untitled next Reality check Prateek Sharma, much like many others across the globe, has closely followed the defamation case of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Known for shows such as Beyhadh, Ek Deewana Tha, Manmohini, Sufiyana Pyaar Mera, Bahu Begum, Teri Meri EkJindri and Beyhadh 2, Prateek says, “I think this case is going to be an important milestone in the way we look at domestic violence. Unfortunately, majority of Indian men suffers from pseudomasculinity and the idea of domestic violence with a man is like raising questions on their manliness.” He adds, “Amidst DeppHeard trial another video was Depp’s win will encourage men to speak up: Prateek doing the rounds where the principal of a reputed school from Jaipur was brutally beaten up by his wife. So, it’s evident that domestic violence with a man is very much a reality. And abuse in no form and no gender should be acceptable. More and more people should talk about it. When a superstar or a celebrity or someone in public eye, stands up against something so serious, it inspires others to come out and speak up. Exactly like the #Metoo movement. Now I think men will have courage to speak up against domestic violence.” It’s hard to say bye Aditya Deshmukh says that his experience of working in Ziddi Dil Maane Na has been an amazing one. As the show goes off air, he says that the last day on the sets was quite emotional for the entire team. Aditya says, “We were in our rooms, taking a look at the place where we spent so much time. It was an emotional experience for me. I touched the wall for the last time thinking that as we move out a new setup will be built here for the next show. Many had tears in their eyes.” Now that the show is over, Aditya plans to take a holiday to unwind. The actor says, “I am thinking of going to Goa and also have plans to visit my native place. I was initially planning to go to Budapest but because of the Ukraine issue, my family did not allow me. They have asked me to wait for some more time.” After making headlines with the Diwali- release Honeymoon, where she stars opposite Gippy Grewal, Jasmin Bhasin has signed her next film penned by Mahesh Bhatt. Produced by Loneranger and Zee, the untitled film is directed by Manish Chavan, who makes his directorial debut with the film. While details are unknown, the actress will reportedly play an interesting role in the show. the tribune marketing supplement felicitated c m y b
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