19112023-LSTL-01.qxd 11/19/2023 12:45 AM Page 1 c m y b HEIGHT OF PROMOTION! Ranbir Kapoor is currently busy promoting his upcoming action thriller film Animal. On Friday night, a special 60-second cut of the film’s teaser was played on the world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa. The film is all set to hit the theatres on December 1. TRIBUNE Scary game Life Hollywood star Jason Momoa shared his experience of riding a vintage motorcycle on the busy streets of New York City, and warned that it is not for the fainthearted. LUDHIANA | SUNDAY | 19 NOVEMBER 2023 Let’s pawrty Sheetal It is dog’s day out at the Sector 3, Panchkula Show Ground as many breeds, pet owners, breeders and dog lovers are united in their love for their canine companions. The 3rd & 4th Championship Dog Show is organised by Royal Kennel Club, Panchkula in association with Pet Animal Health Society, Panchkula. The majestic Labradors and Rottweilers are too willing to pose, do slow walk before breaking into a run and ultimately win the championship. It’s a treat for spectators as this show brings a few rare breeds. We spot two white German The 3rd & 4th Championship Dog Show is happening in Panchkula. Where are you? Shepherds hanging out in the corner and a Labrador with chocolate brown coat. They revel in the attention they draw. A nursing mother with five pups gives tough competition to fellow Labradors. Day 1 is specially designated for Rottweiler and Labradors. Keeping them company are the judges Aleksandar Krstic, Labrador Retriever specialist from Serbia, and Madhawan and Park Hurncheol, Rottweiler specialists from Malaysia and South Korea, respectively. They are all praise for the contestants. On Sunday, about 250 dogs from 50 different breeds will be on display. While most will come from the states of Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Mumbai, Tamil Nadi, Kerala, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh, some will be from European countries, including Serbia, Italy, Germany, Slovenia, and Russia will also participate. One of the major attraction on Day 2 will be a rare Indian breed, Rajapalayam. The show which concludes today will be open for all breeds. PHOTOS: NITN MITTAL Men do wanna cry! Mona Aniruddh Dave M OVING hopefully towards an equal world, it’s time International Men’s Day got as much hype and prestige as its women counterpart. Started in 1990s in Malta, and Trinidad and Tobago, International Men’s Day has since gained global recognition. Aimed at the wellbeing of men, the day also aims to promote positive male role models. The theme for this year is Zero Male Suicide. We ask celebs the relevance of the day and how can it bring a positive change in society. As International Men’s Day 2023 celebrates the theme Zero Male Suicide, we meet some celebs who are all for embracing and showing their vulnerable side Kanwalpreet Singh Aniruddh Dave, actor Let’s talk it out As a man it’s so hard to talk about how we really feel, specially with other men. I think it’s a day when every man can just take a moment to reflect on their journey, to not be hard on themselves and open up to their close friends As men, we need to normalise talking about our real life struggles, our relationships and our feelings as much as we talk about finances, cars or the next big game on the weekend. Celebration toh banta hai I would like to congratulate all the men on International Men’s Day. For all the toughness and powerful attitude that we all carry, yeh celebration toh banta hai! It’s rather unfortunate that everyone assumes that men are strong and they don’t need help and support. A day like this is a wonderful opportunity to appreciate and understand us, and extend a helping hand through our struggles. Govind Kaushal, content creator Focusing on mental health Kanwalpreet Singh, actor Need for understanding I feel we men are the most beautiful creatures on earth. We are strong enough to understand relationships and fulfil our responsibilities. I have learnt everything from my father and all I can say is that he is just an amazing We are judged for everything and it is so wrong. It is good that things are changing now. We have a day dedicated to us. Nikhil Taneja person who made me understand the value of even the smallest things in life. Men do cry. We just need someone to understand our emotions Angad Hasija and the pressure we carry on their shoulders. About time we accept this and be there for men around us. Angad Hasija, actor Govind Kaushal Things are changing I believe that we men face equal pain but people cannot understand our pain because we often don’t share our emotions. It is quite hard for us to share our feelings because of societal pressure and the kind of environment we live in. We live in a patriarchal world; I think every day is men’s day. Thus, rather on a day like this, we should talk about other aspects of men we generally don’t focus on, like the mental health. I would like to celebrate men who are not afraid to show their vulnerable side, who are kind, supportive and soft. We are still at the early stage of acceptance and talking of the changing definition of masculinity. There’s long way to see more men hugging men, or crying in front of fellow men, that’s what we aim to normalise. Gigi Hadid loves that Bradley Cooper is ‘more mature’ than her exes Nikhil Taneja, talk show host Salman Khan’s ‘kissing scene’ with Emraan Hashmi at Tiger 3 success event goes viral Katrina Kaif & Salman Khan Superstar Salman Khan who is currently flying high on the success of his recently released action thriller film Tiger 3 caught fans’ attention with his attempt to kiss co-actor Emraan Hashmi. On Friday, the makers of Tiger 3 organised a special success event of the film in Mumbai where actors Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi marked their presence. The celebs were seen interacting with fans at the event and also thanked the audience for showering love on their film. During the event, Salman Khan said, “Katrina hai iss film mein, toh thoda toh romance banta hi hai.” He then looked at Emraan and added, “Agar Emraan ka c m y b Kiss & tell ANI role Aatish ka nahi hota, toh yeh toh ho he jata” and then appears to plant a kiss on Emraan as the crowd burst into laughter. Hashmi has become famous for his kissing scenes in several films. Tiger 3 has entered the Rs 300 crore club at the global box office. At the event Salman also expressed confidence that Team India will win the World Cup on Sunday. “Har game India jeeti hai and us dauran hum aaye (Tiger 3 ko leke) toh jo humare collections hai woh bhaut hi ache hai. India ab (World Cup) jeet jaegi aur uske baad aap sab wapas theatres mein (India won all matches so far and during the ongoing World Cup, we came up with Tiger 3. Our film drew good collections. Now India will win the World Cup and you all will return to theatres),” Salman said, evoking loud cheers. — ANI She is happy Supermodel Gigi Hadid sees Hollywood star Bradley Cooper as more “mature” than her previous boyfriends. The 28-year-old model and Bradley, 48, have been seen together several times over recent weeks, and she’s enjoyed the experience of dating the Hollywood star. “She loves that Bradley is a dad, because he gets it. She finds him more mature than guys she dated in the past. They keep spending a lot of time together. They have dinner dates several times a week. It makes her happy,” a source said. In October, a source claimed that Bradley felt “excited” about getting to know the model. The actor loves spending time with Gigi and she is “exactly his type.” Hadid, who has a daughter Khai (three) with Zayn Malik, says her daughter will be her number one priority. —IANS
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