07102022-LSTL-01.qxd 10/6/2022 11:01 PM Page 1 c m y b DOCTOR G ON ITS WAY Just two weeks after it was released, the trailer of Ayushmann Khurrana’s upcoming social comedy Doctor G has garnered over 24 million views. The film will be released on October 14. TMS TRIBUNE Life Chills & thrills Nushrratt Bharuccha will be next seen in a thriller titled Akelli. Set in Iraq, the film showcases how a person realises her own capabilities in an adverse situation. TMS LUDHIANA | FRIDAY | 7 OCTOBER 2022 Football fun... Harrdy Sandhu invited by Manchester City team for match After becoming the first singer to be associated with Manchester City Football Club, Harrdy Sandhu was recently invited by Manchester City to watch the match at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester. Earlier, Bollywood stars Ranveer Singh and Katrina Kaif were also invited by Manchester City. The singer, who is known for songs such as Tequila Shot and Soch, and is gearing up for his upcoming espionage film Code Name: Tiranga, made everyone dance to his popular tracks. In fact, Manchester City’s official Instagram account showcased a video along with the caption: “Hope you enjoyed the match and thanks for visiting Manchester, @harrdysandhu!” Harrdy said: “It was such a wonderful experience to watch the match, the cheering of the crowd, and the excitement, live in person.” Harrdy called it the most ‘memorable day’ of his life. — IANS Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva Adipurush While mythological films are the flavour of the times, not every attempt succeeds. With Adipurush trailer not going down well with the audience, experts share that sentiments and belief system should be respected Mona O M Raut’s Adipurush, Abhishek Sharma’s Ram Setu, Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramayana Trilogy, Alaukik Desai’s Sita – The Incarnation, Aditya Dhar’s The Immortal Ashwatthama… Seems like mythology is the new love of Bollywood. If Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva failed to tap the true symbolism of Hindu mythology, below par graphics made people dislike Prabhas-starrer Adipurush’s teaser. On the contrary, Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan, BR Chopra’s Mahabharat and Nikhil Sinha’s Devon Ke Dev —Mahadev could capture viewers’ imagination, making them timeless and treasured. So, why our filmmakers struggling with this genre? “Belief in mythology is deep-rooted. It resonates with every Indian,” says Siddharth Arora, who has been part of many historical and mythological shows. “I remember watching Ramayan and Mahabharat with my grandfather. It was not just enter- The Immortal Ashwatthama Myth or mockery? TAKING INSPIRATION FROM THE GLORIOUS PAST ■ Based on the weapon of Brahma, which played a pivotal role in Hindu wars, Brahmastra stars Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan and Mouni Roy in the lead roles in this trilogy. ■ Director Aditya Dhar and actor Vicky Kaushal come together for The Immortal Ashwarthama, son of guru Dronacharya from the Mahabharat. ■ Ram Setu showcases Akshay Kumar as an archaeologist who investigates if the bridge was myth or reality. ■ Om Raut and Prabhas pair up for Adipurush, where Saif Ali Khan plays Ravan.
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