18072022-LSTL-01.qxd 7/17/2022 11:54 PM Page 1 c m y b SOON, THE TRANSPORTER REMAKE Producer Vishal Rana has reportedly bagged the rights to remake Hollywood film The Transporter (2002). The producer has teamed up with popular filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar, who will be coproducing and directing the film. The Transporter starred Jason Statham in the lead role. TMS TRIBUNE Lovely vibes Life On Sunday, the makers of Brahmastra released the full version of the song Kesariya. The number is all about Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s lovely vibes. TMS LUDHIANA | MONDAY | 18 JULY 2022 Celebs are under constant pressure to perform, so burn-out is not uncommon. Some of them share how to handle stressful times Mona G UITARIST Carlos Santana rescheduled his concerts after he collapsed on stage near Detroit due to heat exhaustion and dehydration; singer Shawn Mendes postponed his world tour ‘to heal and take care of his mental health’. Popular Tamil actor Vikram was admitted to hospital after suffering chest discomfort on the day he was supposed to be a part of the teaser launch for his upcoming film Ponniyin Selvan. Actor Deepika Padukone landed on the sets of Project K in Hyderabad from her Europe trip and was spotted at the hospital for a checkup...All this data is from the last four weeks alone. Indeed, burn-out is a stark reality today. Two years into the pandemic, it’s not just the healthcare workers but professionals across various segments who are feeling stressed; celebs being in the eye of the storm. Stitches hitmaker Mendes (23), who has been touring since he was 15, took a break from performances through the pandemic, and then felt ready to resume, but mental exhaustion led him to reconsider his decision. Peter Parker of The Amazing Spider-Man, Andrew Garfield too announced a sabbatical after a packed 2021. The Proposal actor Sandra Bullock, who has been working consistently since 1987, recently expressed the desire to take a break from work. Many others like Grammy winners Lady Gaga and Beyoncé have opened up on burn-out over a period of time. Tragically, popular singer KK passed away in May, after feeling uneasy at a live show in Kolkata. A still from Shehzada BREAK point constantly have day and night shoots, but, as they say, the show must go on,” shares actor Khushi Dubey. With crazy routine comes the need to watch out before you hit rock bottom. “I give my 100 per cent. Once it’s done, I switch off and then am in my own space,” says Anupamaa’s leading man Sudhanshu Pandey. Actor Anuj Sachdeva believes it’s a tight rope walk. “In acting, rejection level is high. One needs to learn how to cope with that and maintain composure. One needs a lot of physical and mental exercise each day,” he says. “Acting is a 24x7 job even when you’re not shooting,” points out actor-director Nasirr Khan. “Today there is added pressure of social media. Celebs try to be who they are not. And somewhere along the process Vikram forget their real selves. Life is about living, exploring and enjoying,” he adds. Popular singer Sukhwinder Singh, however, has a different opinion. “Performances have been there forever. Yes, an artiste must not continue if the venue is physically and mentally demanding. While big names can afford to take their doctors along, there are provisions for medical assistance at shows now.” Celebrated composer Mithoon says, “Stress is man’s worst enemy. Exercise and yoga can come in handy, I am already learning it.” Mark the calendar Carlos Santana KK Andrew Garfield Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani, which was supposed to release on February 10, 2023, has reportedly been postponed. However, two big films are set to hit the theatres in February next year. Akshay Kumar and Emraan Hashmi-starrer Selfiee will be released on February 2023. The film is being directed by Raj Mehta. The second film which will release in February, 2023, is Shehzada. Directed by Rohit Dhawan, the movie stars Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Sanon, Manisha Koirala, Paresh Rawal and Ronit Roy, among others. The film is produced by Bhushan Kumar and will release on February 10. —TMS Akshay Kumar in Selfiee Sad reality “Celeb burn-out is a reality, as our profession is demanding,” says actor Aly Goni. “Acting is a lot of hard work, especially when you are working on a show like Aashiqana, which involves a lot of action sequences. We Deepika Padukone Shawn Mendes IT’S IMPORTANT TO KEEP CALM... ❝ Nowadays, the root cause of stress is the cell-phone. I go for long walks without it. I don’t take calls while eating or when I’m spending time with my family.❞ NASIRR KHAN, ACTOR-DIRECTOR ❝Travelling and short breaks help. Going to the gym also calms me.❞ ALY GONI, ACTOR ❝ My stress-buster is gymming. I try to go to the gym before going to the shoot. And if I have an early shoot, I go to the gym after it. Speaking to my mom and friends also helps.❞ NYRRAA M BANERJI, ACTOR ❝ I bank on breathing exercises to keep my mental and physical state peaceful. I keep stress under control by taking out time and spending it with my family as well as friends.❞ SUDHANSHU PANDEY, ACTOR WEBSOLUTE FUN Little champ Fun, social message and the Hollywood debut of Dhanush, here are the top OTT releases of the week July 22: The Gray Man on Netflix The first season of Colors’ Dance Deewane Juniors came to an end on July 17. Following thirteen weeks of fierce competition, scintillating performances and many face-offs for the trophy, Aditya Vinod Patil was crowned the winner of the first season. The esteemed trophy was handed over to Aditya by judges Neetu Kapoor and Marzi Pestonji in the presence of special guest Aamir Khan, who graced the occasion to speak about his upcoming movie Laal Singh Chaddha. Aditya Vinod Patil said, “The journey of Dance Deewane Juniors has been very memorable and has taught me a lot of new things. I want to thank my family, friends, Neetu ma’am, Nora ma’am, Marzi sir and my captain Pratik Utekar for always being there to guide me. This stage has boosted my confidence, motivating me to achieve higher goals. I wanted to win this title for my parents and grandparents too; they have supported me throughout.” —TMS Aditya Vinod Patil lifts Dance Deewane Juniors’ trophy ❝ I listen to good music to keep stress at bay. And I enjoy my work; varied roles keep me calm.❞ KHUSHI DUBEY, ACTOR Ryan Gosling is ‘The Gray Man’ and Chris Evans is his adversary in this thriller, directed by Anthony and Joe Russo. It stars Dhanush, Ana de Armas, Regé-Jean Page, Billy Bob Thornton, among others. Based on the novel by the same name, the story is about a CIA agent who uncovers some secrets. He’s hunted across the globe by a sociopathic rogue operative. c m y b THRILLING RIDE July 22: Dr. Arora-Gupt Rog Visheshagya on SonyLIV This web series revolves around the life of a sex consultant and his patients. It deftly covers the social stigma attached to the issue. Directed by Sajid Ali and Archit Kumar, the series features Kumud Mishra, Gaurav Parajuli, Vivek Mushran, Ajitesh Gupta, Vidya Malavade, Sandeepa Dhar and Shekhar Suman. July 22: Ghar Waapsi on Disney+ Hotstar Directed by two-time National awardwinning director Ruchir Arun, this slice-of-life drama is a light-hearted comedy. It revolves around the Dwivedi household in Indore, following the homecoming of their beloved son. The six episode series stars Vishal Vashishtha, Akanksha Thakur, Atul Shrivastava, Vibha Chibber, Saad Bilgrami and Anushka Sharma. —TMS
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