20062022-LSTL-01.qxd 6/19/2022 11:00 PM Page 1 c m y b KAREENA WRAPS UP DSX SHOOT TRIBUNE Spy zone Aditya Roy Kapur will soon be seen in the screen adaptation of the 1996 novel The Night Manager, which has been titled Captain. The spy thriller will also star Anil Kapoor. TMS Kareena Kapoor Khan has wrapped up the shooting schedule of Sujoy Ghosh’s movie DSX. Taking to Instagram, the actress shared a series of photos and announced the same. TMS WEBSOLUTE FUN Love & crime This week, legendary actor Rowan Atkinson makes his OTT debut. Here’s a quick check on what else is in store LUDHIANA | MONDAY | 20 JUNE 2022 Notes from the heart Sheetal C ELEBRATED on summer solstice, June 21, each year, the World Music Day is an occasion to rejoice and let the soul soak in all the melody. Here are artistes professing their love for music and also sharing the song that they admire the most. DEEP CONNECT June 20: Doon Kaand on Voot Select This investigative series promises to take viewers on a spine-chilling ride, as it showcases the game of cat and mouse between the SSP of the state’s police force and a highly influential drug lord. Spanning 10 episodes, the series has been directed by Manoj Khade. The cast includes Iqbal Khan, Donal Bisht, Indraneil Sengupta, Karamveer Mehra and Nidhi Seth. Varun Badola, who is a part of Zee Theatre’s teleplay Wrong Turn, says, “My family is very inclined towards music, so we grew up around great music and rich literature. My father was a brilliant singer. I have imbibed some qualities though I don’t sing as well as my father. I listen to different kinds of music across genres.” Varun’s all-time favourite song is Kishore As we mark World Music Day on June 21, here are artistes sharing their favourite song and what music means to them ISTOCK Kumar’s Main Shayar Badnaam from the hit film Namak Haraam. Associated with teleplays, Dhumrapaan, Stand Up and The Job, Akarsh Khurana says, “I am obsessed with music. I constantly listen to something or the other. At work also, I take a very keen interest in music. I admire artistes like Blackstratblues, Emancipator, GREAT PLATFORM Pretty Lights, Tajdar Junaid, among others.” SHARING & CARING Joy Sengupta, known for teleplays Womanly Voices, Kanyadaan, Dance Like A Man and Ladies Sangeet, feels that since music is available almost free of cost to people on every platform now, the audience base has increased. “So, many talent- Joy Sengupta, Shahbaz Khan, Akarsh Khurana and Varun Badola ed artistes are able to reach their audiences directly and listeners too are able to access different kinds of music quite easily. Therefore, this has created a different kind of sharing and caring for music.” Joy admires Bollywood music of the 50s and-60s. He adds, “This was the phase of SD Burman, Naushad, Ravi, Madan Mohan, Shankar INDEPENDENT MUSIC FAVOURITE LIST ■ Happy song: Mahadev by The Collective Projekt ■ Sad song: In The End by Linkin Park ■ Romantic song: When You Say Nothing At All by Ronan Keating ■ Workout song: Beast from the movie Southpaw ■ Drive song: Rebirth by Midival Punditz a platform to lot of ❝Internet has giventheir talent anda listeners artistes to showcase to explore more. Recently, I enjoyed music from the movie Gehraiyaan; music producers OAFF and Savera did a fantastic job. Underrated artistes such as Saurav Pardal and Chryses should be known to music lovers.❞ SAMEER SINGH SANDHU, music producer Jaikishan, Salil Chaudhary, and poets like Sahir Ludhiyanvi, Majrooh Sultanpuri and Kavi Pradeep.” He favourite song is Main Zindagi Ka Saath Nibhata Chala Gaya from the Dev Anand-starrer Hum Dono. According to Shahbaz Khan, currently seen in Zee Theatre’s teleplay DaagO–Hijab, music has changed a lot over the years. blow to ❝The sudden demise of KK was a to have Bollywood. I was fortunate enough shared the stage with him twice. Music has evolved rapidly in the past few years and one of the key factors is that independent music has risen steadily.Mehdi Maloof and Suzoon are some lesser-known, yet talented artistes.” SAHIL SAMUEL, lead vocalist of the band Naalayak He says, “These days, there is no lyrical or tonal value in songs. There are many new gadgets that have made music so easy to compose, unlike in earlier times. I like Osman Mir, a fantastic ghazal and folk singer from Gujarat, who has also sung for Sanjay Leela Bhansali.” He also admires artistes like Yanni and Carlos Santana. FAVOURITE LIST ■ Happy song: Dil Khirki by Mehdi Maloof ■ Sad song: Kuch Is Tarah by Atif Aslam ■ Romantic song: Haan Pyaar Hai by Naalayak ■ Workout song: Khudi by Local Train ■ Drive song: Main Chala by Taba Chake To dear dad, with love! June 24: The Man From Toronto on Netflix A case of mistaken identity arises after a sales consultant and the world’s deadliest assassin—known as The Man from Toronto—run into each other. Directed by Patrick Hughes, the movie stars Woody Harrelson, Kevin Hart, Kaley Cuoco, Ellen Barken, among other. It was Father’s Day on Sunday (June 19) and many celebrities took to social media to share their feelings. Sara Ali Khan wished Saif Ali Khan by dropping an adorable picture from their pre-Father’s Day lunch on Instagram. She wrote, “Happy Father’s Day Abba Jaan.” Showering love on wifey Genelia Deshmukh, Riteish Deshmukh posted a family selfie and wrote, “To be a father is a privilege, to be a good father is a responsibility. To be a great father…You have the mother. June 24: The One That Got Awayon Amazon Prime Video The series follows six singles, each searching for their soulmate, as they embark on a never-beforeseen quest for love, and are given the chance to explore a lifetime of missed connections. One by one, people from their past enter and take their shot at love. #HappyFathersDay @geneliad.” Sharing a cute selfie with her legendary father Amitabh Bachchan, Shweta Bachchan gave a twist to Big B’s iconic film dialogue. Shweta Bachchan captioned their selfie as, “Rishte mein toh sirf mere…Lagte hai. #fathersday #girldad.” Anushka Sharma shared a sweet photo on her Instagram Story in which her father can be seen sitting next to a life-size teddy bear as he’s busy on his phone. Selfie posted by Riteish Deshmukh June 24: Man Vs Bee on Netflix When lovable dad Trevor (played by Rowan Atkinson) lands a new job, his first assignment is inside a luxurious mansion filled with priceless artwork, classic cars and an adorable dog called Cupcake. But when a bee lands on the scene, can Trevor keep everything under control? Anushka Sharma shared her father’s picture ‘Finally, I am an actress by choice’ She made her debut in 1966 when she was just six-years-old. With time, she went on to become a favourite actress of her era. At the age of 21 when Neetu Singh was at the peak of her career, she got married to the then superstar Rishi Kapoor and majorly discontinued her acting career, even though she appeared in a few films later. Now, at the age of 63, the veteran actress will be seen in multi-starrer Bollywood film Jug Jugg Jeeyo. “When I started acting, I didn’t even know that I was doing; as a child, your life is not in your hands. It was a situation where I was working as a child artiste to support my family. By the time I grew up as a teenager, I felt extremely comfortable in front of the camera and acting was like a part of daily life. I was going with the flow honestly. Then I got married to the man I loved and I was the happiest with my family and children,” she said. Neetu made her comeback in 2010 with the film Do Dooni Chaar alongside her husband Rishi Kapoor. — IANS Shweta and Amitabh Bachchan Saif Ali Khan with his family Priyanka wraps up Citadel Parineeti Chopra collects plastic waste while scuba diving One for the future... Actress Parineeti Chopra, who is also a certified scuba diving instructor, shared a video where she is seen collecting plastic waste and debris from the ocean. She shared the video on her Instagram account and wrote: “Had fun diving, but also did an important ‘Dive Against Debris’. Join me in creating ocean change.” In the short clip, the Ishaqzaade star was seen picking face masks, cans and plastic item. She even shook her head in disappointment! — IANS c m y b Priyanka Chopra Jonas has wrapped up the shoot of her upcoming spy-thriller series Citadel. The actress took to Instagram and shared a reel. In the clip, she can be seen driving around with her dog. Alongside the video, she wrote: “And it’s finally a wrap! Thank you to everyone who made this mammoth task possible and fun. Thx Atlanta. See you next time.” Her husband, singer Nick Jonas took to the comment section and dropped a heart emoji. On the Bollywood front, Priyanka will be seen in Jee Le Zaraa. Priyanka has also signed up for an adaptation of Shilpi Somaya Gowda’s novel The Secret Daughter in which she will share the screen space with Sienna Miller. — IANS Health is wealth! Every Sunday morning, citizens take over the roads at Mumbai’s Marine Drive with various activities like yoga, Zumba or even fun games. This Sunday (June 19), they were in for a special surprise as Akshay Kumar arrived at Marine Drive amidst heavy police presence. Akshay, who is known for his fitness, was seen running and cycling. In the pictures, which have now gone viral, Akshay’s fans can be seen running with him as they try to get a selfie with the actor. The superstar also tested an electric bike that is often used by Mumbai Police to patrol the Marine Drive stretch.
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