13112022-LSTC-01.qxd 11/12/2022 8:27 PM Page 1 c m y b DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER Model-actress Rozlyn Khan took to Instagram to share that she had been diagnosed with cancer and will undergo chemotherapy. She wrote: “…God gives toughest battles to his strongest soldiers…” TMS TRIBUNE Showstopper Life Sanjana Sanghi, who made her debut with Dil Bechara in 2020, recently turned showstopper for designer Varun Bahl. The event was organised to help raise awareness about cancer. TMS CHANDIGARH | SUNDAY | 13 NOVEMBER 2022 It’s a lesson for mankind friend’s father, and he helped me so much financially. In the entertainment industry, I feel everybody lives, talks and sells emotions on and off screen. This has made most of us kind and respectful, but a few have learnt to play with emotions! Sheetal ‘I’ve been searching the ways to heal myself, and I’ve found kindness is the best way’ — Lady Gaga, singer-songwriter. C HARITY begins at home! So, in order to be kind and compassionate towards others, one must learn how to be kind with one’s own self. On this World Kindness Day, we ask celebrities whether they have been kind to themselves and how they started to practice it. Also they reveal whether people in the entertainment industry are as kind as they pretend to be! Thin line When it comes to people, I show kindness by never speaking in a tone that I wouldn’t appreciate listening to. There is a very thin line between self-love and being selfish, and I tend not to cross that. In the entertainment industry, since I am not harsh with anyone, I do expect the same behaviour from others. — Ankur Nayyar, actor — Saanand Verma, actor Body wise During the lockdowns, being a big foodie and not really a fan of home-workouts, my sweet tooth led me to overindulge. My sugar readings went above the normal range. This made me realise that I should be kind to my body and not punish it for such temporary pleasures. Talking about kindness in the entertainment industry, I would say that it all depends on the individual. Whether it’s the entertainment industry, corporate, politics or sports, kindness is a quality which everyone should imbibe. Be kind to others; we all have been taught this since childhood, but how often have you been kind to yourself as adults? Celebs share their take on World Kindness Day — Ishaan Singh Manhas, actor Not a selfish act Spiritual space Ever since I started my spiritual journey, it has helped me explore silence and kindness. One can be kind in today’s world by just not judging everyone, including our own selves. I forgive myself for mistakes that I have made. And by not judging others, I am kind to them. If we all become kinder with each passing day, the world would be a happier place to live in. — Namita Lal, actress Mental game I learnt it the hard way, but I did realise that kindness starts from within. Otherwise, it’s truly meaningless. The industry has taught me a lot. The kind of rejections we face, comments and the criticism that we receive takes a toll. People just go out there and make statements about you without realising the impact it will have on your mental health. And I think it’s not only applicable to the industry, but to the world. — Pranitaa Pandit, actress Learning curve I feel that humanity is synonymous with kindness and we all should be very kind not just to each other. but also animals. I came to Mumbai and had only one distant reference from a c m y b Kindness to one’s own self should be the top priority. But I feel most of the time we keep forgetting that. Also, kindness to self is sometimes mistaken as a selfish act. For the longest time in my life, I was someone who would sacrifice my choices and comfort for the people I cared about. But I realised that this sacrifice could become self-sabotaging, which made me kinder towards myself. As far as the industry goes, I have seen the kindest people around and others as well. — Mitaali Nag, actress Proud parents Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover welcomed their first child together on Saturday, November 12. And it’s a girl! Bipasha took to her Instagram account and dropped an official statement while sharing the first glimpse of her daughter. The actress even revealed the name of her daughter in her post saying, “Meet Devi Basu Singh Grover”. Stating that she is the manifestation of their love and blessings of the goddess, Bipasha calls her ‘divine’. The actress wrote, “The physical manifestation of our love and blessings of Ma is here now and she is divine.” — TMS Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover blessed with baby girl; name her Devi
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