05092022-LSTC-01.qxd 9/4/2022 11:54 PM Page 1 c m y b WHAT A PROUD MOMENT! The composers of Aditya Chopra’s Broadway-bound musical Come Fall In Love, Vishal Dadlani and Sheykhar Ravjiani, have revealed how proud they felt as Indians to witness a standing ovation on the first night at the prestigious Old Globe theatre in San Diego. TMS WEBSOLUTE FUN TRIBUNE Sequel time Life Superstar Kamal Haasan has said that the sequel to Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu, his immensely popular action thriller with director Gautham Menon, is very much on the cards. IANS CHANDIGARH | MONDAY | 5 SEPTEMBER 2022 On Teacher’s Day, actors pay tributes to their favourite gurus for shaping their life journey Mark the date Crime, K-drama and historical docu-series among the OTT content this week. Here’s a check September 6: Untold: The Race of the Century on Netflix A chronicle of the thrilling 1983 America’s Cup, Race of the Century is a classic underdog story. It tells the tale of the scrappy group of Australians who band together to dethrone the New York Yacht Club, and break the longest-running winning streak in history, in the most prestigious sailing competition in the world. September 7: Boys Over Flowers on MX Player The 21-episode long Korean drama, dubbed in Hindi, stars Ku Hye Sun, Lee Min Ho and Kim Hyun-Joong. The series follows the story of a humble girl who attends the prestigious Shin Hwa High School. She is immediately bullied by the leader of F4 (the four richest boys), who eventually falls in love with her. However, she has a crush on his best friend. Whom will she pick? September 7: Indian Predator: Diary of a Serial Killer on Netflix After the smashing success of the brutal and terrifying documentary, Indian Butcher: The Butcher of Delhi, the makers are back with another chilling story. Indian Predator: Diary of a Serial Killer will educate the audience about the life of a serial killer and the murders that he committed over the years. September 8: The Anthrax Attacks on Netflix From the stable of Oscarnominated director Dan Krauss, this film tells the story of the 2001 anthrax attacks on the United States, and one of the largest and most complex FBI investigations in the history of law enforcement. Five Americans were killed and at least 17 fell ill in what became one of the worst biological attacks in the history of US, which followed one week after the September 11 terrorist attacks. Guru ISTOCK & gyan OOD teaching is onefourth preparation and three-fourth theatre, said Gail Goldwin... The saying gains even more significance in the field of acting. From those who shaped their character and perception on life, starting in school, to those who taught them at other times, actors pay tributes to their favourite gurus on this Teacher’s Day! Many a lesson I learnt from books, and others from those whose names I didn’t even get to know, but they taught me life’s philosophy in a few minutes. In my acting journey, I was quite fond of Anuradha Kapur, Rajendran sir, Prasanna, Devendra Raj Ankur and Ram Gopal Bajaj. Each one of them and many more have significantly impacted my journey. — Pankaj Tripathi, actor Life’s philosophy Learning curve I have come across many gurus in my life, some of them in my theatre days while others in school. Many gurus teach you precious lessons in life. The first was my science teacher Riyaz Ahmed. He taught Mona G September 9: Power Book 3—Raising Kanan on Lionsgate Play SOMY ALI Mission mode Parineeti Chopra, a vocal ocean conservationist, has now been roped in to raise awareness about the importance of cleaning the beaches in Mumbai. Parineeti took to Instagram on Sunday (September 4) and posted a video where she said, “Every year during Ganpati visarjan, we leave behind immense litter on the beaches. This not only pollutes the sea, but also causes a lot of damage that can in turn cause mass deaths of marine animals.” She added, “As we celebrate this festival, we must also take the responsibility to clean up the beaches and protect both our marine life as well as our planet. On the 10th of September 2022 join me to clean the beaches and make them debris-free. I am sure that would make Bappa really happy. Let’s make ‘Cleanotsav 2022’ a grand success.” — TMS Parineeti Chopra to help clean up Mumbai beaches after Ganpati visarjan ADELE Rolling in the Deep hitmaker Adele will need to expand the size of her award cabinet as she has scooped a string of awards at the 2022 Creative Arts Emmy. The 34-year-old singer can add this to her endlessly growing list of accolades — to sit nicely alongside her Oscar and multiple Grammy Awards! On Saturday evening (London time), she was honoured in the USA for her special TV show Adele: One Night Only, which aired via CBS last year as she prepared to unleash her chart topper 30. Her show was up for five awards and won all of them. The on-off special, which saw the singer interact KARUNA PANDEY me not to be scared of books, but learn how to explore them. That took a huge burden off me and since then I have I have seen life as an exploration. Riyaz Ahmed ji still lives in Bikaner and after many years, I especially went and met him. At the National School of Drama (NSD), I learnt a lot from Anuradha Kapur, Barry John, Naseeruddin Shah and Robin Das during the early 90s. I have taught at NSD and been a visiting faculty at many other prestigious institutions. Meanwhile, I have also learnt from my students. — Rajesh Tailang, actor PANKAJ TRIPATHI Deep desire I have shared Dronacharya and Eklavya kind of bond with my gurus! While watching the famous movie Deewar, I realised my deep desire to be an actor. Over the years, I have learnt a lot from Amitabh Bachchan, and his films and continue to do so. I consider Salman Khan to be my other guru. Right from Maine Pyar Kiya to Bandhan to Veergati, I emulated his physique. I have also been with him on Bigg Boss. — Vishal Kotian, actor Truly grateful There are many lessons that my gurus have taught me, RAJESH TAILANG WITH NASEERUDDIN SHAH and I’ll be forever grateful for them. I’d also like to wish a very Happy Teacher’s Day to my source of inspiration, my dance guru Shreekant Ahire. He has been a guiding light in my journey and has always encouraged me. — Faisal Khan, actor Timeless lessons The lessons taught by our teachers are timeless. In fact, I learn a lot from Rashi on set of our show Pushpa Impossible. Talking about my favourite teacher, it would be my kathak instructor — her dedication and impeccable style of teaching truly left a mark on me. — Karuna Pandey, actor Somy eats once a day! Somy Ali shares health tips during the National Nutrition Week Set in South Jamaica, in 1991, this is the story of 15year-old Kanan Stark, who is the only child of Raquel Thomas, a cocaine distributor with an emerging network of dealers across NYC. In a world where the family often feels like the only refuge from divisiveness and discord, Kanan’s life takes interesting turns following betrayal and heartbreaks. — TMS FAISAL KHAN VISHAL KOTIAN As we are celebrating National Nutrition Week (1st September 1 to 8), actor Somy Ali shares some important tips. She says, “I eat only once a day. Our body does not need three meals a day. My biology professor broke that down for me English singer Adele scoops up five awards at Creative Arts Emmy 2022 Shining stars with fans and celebrities while singing a number of her songs, scooped the Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) award, beating Dave Chappelle for his Netflix show The Closer. She also defeated One Last Time: An Evening with Tony Bennett’, Norm Macdonald’s Netflix special, and the Harry Potter 20th anniversary special Return to Hogwarts. Adele’s show also won the award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety Series or Special and Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction. — IANS c m y b Boseman honoured Late Hollywood star Chadwick Boseman, during Saturday’s Creative Arts ceremony in Washington, was honoured with a posthumous Emmy for voicing the character of T’Challa in Marvel’s What If...? series. Boseman won in the outstanding character voice-over performance category for his role as StarLord T’Challa in the What If... T’Challa Became a StarLord? episode. He was nominated in the same category alongside F Murray Abra. ham (Moon Knight), Julie Andrews (Bridgerton), Maya in great detail.” About her food habit, Somy adds, “I only eat lunch and snack on an apple, almonds or bananas if I’m still craving for a little something. I also indulge in a small piece of dark chocolate now and then. CHADWICK BOSEMAN Rudolph (Big Mouth), Stanley Tucci (Central Park), Jessica Walter (Archer), and Jeffrey Wright (What If...). Taylor Simone Ledward, wife of Boseman, who received the award, said, “When I learnt that Chad was nominated for this award, I started thinking about everything that was going on when he was recording, everything that was going on in the world and in our world, and just being in such awe of his commitment and his dedication… Thank you so much for the honour, Chad would be so honoured and I’m honoured on his behalf.” After a long struggle with colon cancer, Chadwick Boseman passed away in 2020. — ANI However, my lunch consists of proteins and carbohydrates to give me sufficient energy to lift heavy weights. Thus, it’s quite an elaborate lunch and my morning consists of at least 2-3 cups of coffee, which I am addicted to.” — TMS Get to know Tamannaah, as bouncer Actress Tamannaah Bhatia is set to star in the upcoming film Babli Bouncer. Its motion poster was unveiled on Sunday. The comedy-drama draws its strength from an unusual storyline and the actress is thrilled to bring the film to the audience. The film showcases the story of the lead character, a young female bouncer, and portrays various layers of the profession, which is usually taken up by men. The actress says, “I’m absolutely thrilled to give the audience such an unusual character. The film’s shoot has been a hilarious experience. I was really excited by the first look of the film.” The movie, directed by Madhur Bhandarkar, also stars Abhishek Bajaj Sahil Vaid, Saurabh Shukla and Supriya Shukla in key roles. It will be premiered on Disney+ Hotstar on September 23. — IANS
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