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MP Vis Responds to Changes to Canadian Passport

Brad Vis, Member of Parliament for Mission–Matsqui–Fraser Canyon, responded to the unveiling of a new Canadian passport design that leaves out major moments in Canadian history.

“This is another example of this Liberal government being completely out of touch with the average Canadian,” said MP Vis. “Canadians are proud to carry passports internationally that honour national heroes like Terry Fox and our Veterans who fought in the First World War. The removal of a Canadian icon and hero like Terry Fox, who is fondly remembered and honoured by all Canadians for his extraordinary courage in his battle with cancer, is wrong. Canada has a proud history of bravery and courage, which should be highlighted in our passport. Why doesn’t Justin Trudeau believe Terry Fox deserves to be honoured in this way?”

“The new passport design was very clearly designed with little to no input from ordinary Canadians who are proud of figures like Terry Fox and Nellie McClung who famously fought for women’s right to vote. Further, it removes imagery of iconic landmarks, like the Vimy monument in France, built as a tribute to the Canadian troops who stormed the ridge and turned the tide of the First World War.”

“I call on the Liberal government to go back to the drawing board and restore Terry Fox and other important Canadians and landmarks to the passport.”

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Achieving Excellence Through Dedication: Manraj Singh Brar’s Inspiring Journey

Manraj Singh Brar achieved the top position in his final matriculation examination at D.A.V. School, Sri Muktsar Sahib, Punjab, scoring an impressive 96.4% marks. He credits his success to the guidance and support of his school teachers and parents, whose joint efforts enabled him to achieve this remarkable position. His grandmother, a retired teacher, described him as a self-motivated and hardworking individual who efficiently manages his time between studying, participating in sports, volunteering, and spending time with his family.

To celebrate this special achievement, Manraj spent the day with visually impaired children and elderly individuals, bringing happiness to their lives. He has always been keen on assisting academically challenged children in his neighborhood to improve their academic performance. His dream is to organize his efforts on a larger scale by volunteering to help visually and financially disadvantaged children improve their academic scores. Additionally, he plans to create a social media page to gather charitable donations for abandoned elderly parents, aiming to improve their quality of life.

Manraj’s parents, Paramjit and Upinder, both college teachers, stated that he effectively utilizes technology in his studies without getting distracted. He leverages resources like Google and YouTube to gain a fundamental understanding of his subjects and then verifies the information with his teachers.

During a small gathering at his school, the school principal, Mrs. Versha, extended her congratulations to Manraj and his family. She expressed her best wishes for his future endeavors, hoping that he continues to pursue his goals and positively impact the field of education.

The benefits of the grass beneath our feet

(NC) While many of us enjoy the esthetic beauty of a well-maintained lawn, sports field or golf fairway, they may not realize that there are environmental benefits of turfgrass. Next time you’re playing a game of soccer, strolling through the golf course or taking in the smell of freshly cut grass in your neighbourhood, think about the power of healthy grass, which includes:

Reducing the speed and force of flowing water runoff

Preventing erosion by forming fibrous root systems

Serving as a barrier to fire damage

Reducing injuries on sports fields

Reducing pollen production by preventing the growth of weeds and helps keep allergies in check

Has a cooling effect that lowers air temperature around turfgrass

Releasing oxygen (e.g. a 15 metre x 15 metre lawn produces enough air to support four people for a year)

Sequestering carbon (e.g. a hectare of golf course turf is capable of sequestering one tonne of carbon into the soil per year for 30 years).

Aging Together Abbotsford symposium provides seniors with valuable resources on active aging

To help better connect Abbotsford seniors with the resources and programs available to them, the City of Abbotsford is hosting a free all-day 55+ resource fair and symposium on Saturday, June 10 at Sevenoaks Alli-

identify and combat ageism in our community from ageism expert and gerontologist, Dan Levitt. The day also includes workshops on physical health and movement, the importance of medicine reviews, and fraud

ance Church. This one-day event is designed to provide seniors and their families with current information on aging with an active living perspective and features keynote speakers, workshops, and information booths.

The resource fair and symposium, titled Aging Together Abbotsford, is the culmination of a week of free events and activities throughout the City in celebration of BC Seniors’ Week. Aging Together Abbotsford aims to provide older adults with valuable information on a wide range of topics related to aging, including health and wellness, housing, finances, and legal issues.

The symposium kicks off with a presentation from Isobel Mackenzie, Provincial Seniors Advocate, on the current state of seniors in BC and concludes with tips on how to

awareness; and gives attendees the opportunity to connect with service providers and resources available to the 55+ community in Abbotsford. Abbotsford has been an Age-friendly certified community since 2017, which means the City’s policies, services and structures are geared toward helping seniors “age actively”. Aging Together Abbotsford is an essential part of the City’s adherence to the age-friendly principles, and aligns with Council’s commitment to fostering an Inclusive and Connected Community for all residents, including seniors.

Aging Together Abbotsford, along with the BC Seniors’ Week activities, is free and open to all older adults in Abbotsford and the surrounding area. For more information on the free seniors’ week activities go to www.abbotsford.ca/prc, and to register for the symposium, visit www. abbotsford. ca/agingtogetherfair.

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In a stunning display of inconsistency and lack of transparency, Mayor Brenda Locke of the City of Surrey has once again flip-flopped on the crucial policing issue, raising serious concerns about her leadership and integrity. Councilor Doug Elford is calling out the Mayor for her contradictory statements and demanding transparency by urging her to sign the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) to provide the City staff with the full unredacted report.

During the Council meeting on May 1st, Mayor Locke publicly stated that the City staff would be conducting a thorough feasibility study based on the Provincial report, which recommends the Surrey Police Service (SPS) over the RCMP. She emphasized the need for the report to be provided to Council before making any further statements, stating, “I will not be making any further statements until such times that report is provided to us.” However, Mayor Locke has since contradicted herself by taking to the media to express discontent with the Provincial decision and consistently claiming her support for keeping the RCMP.

Councilor Elford expressed deep disappointment and concern over Mayor Locke’s inconsistent stance on this critical matter. He firmly stated, “It is extremely disheartening to witness the Mayor’s flip-flopping and lack of commitment to transparency. Her actions are not only undermining public trust but also jeopardizing the safety and well-being of our community.”

Adding to the growing list of questionable actions, on May 1st, Mayor Locke showcased redacted pages from the Provincial report to the media, attempting to shape the narrative in her favor. Then, on May 9th, during a Global BC news interview, she claimed that the City of Surrey had not received an unredacted report from the Province. However, it is imperative to note that the redacted sections of the report contain sensitive security information from both the RCMP and the SPS. The intention behind the redactions is to prevent this crucial information from falling into the wrong hands such as criminal organizations, potentially compromising public safety.

On May 11th, during an interview with OMNI News Mayor Locke went a step further by stating she will refuse to sign the NDA proposed by the Province, thereby denying City staff and Council access to the unredacted report, the very thing that Mayor Locke has opined for to the news media. Councilor Elford, demanding transparency and accountability emphasized the urgency of the situation. He firmly stated, “I call upon Mayor Locke to immediately sign the NonDisclosure Agreement and allow the City staff and Council to have the full unredacted report. Our staff must have access to all the relevant information to conduct a comprehensive and informed feasibility study.”

Councilor Elford, expressing his concerns about the mayor’s refusal to sign the NDA, questioned the mo-

tives behind her decision. He stated, “It raises legitimate questions in my mind: Why is Mayor Locke refusing to sign the Non-Disclosure Agreement? Is she afraid that once the councilors on her team read the unredacted report, they may reconsider their stance and support the Surrey Police Service? Transparency and open dialogue are essential in this process, and the mayor’s refusal to provide access to critical information is troubling.

Councilor Elford expressed concerns over the potential impact of Mayor Locke’s actions on the integrity of the feasibility study, which is crucial for making a sound decision on the future of policing in Surrey. He emphasized that the City staff are diligently working on the study, which is expected to take one to two months to complete. However, the Mayor’s contradictory statements and lack of transparency raise doubts about her commitment to an unbiased evaluation of the report.

Councilor Elford concluded, “The residents of Surrey deserve honesty, transparency, and sound decisionmaking. It is imperative that Mayor Locke stops playing politics and puts the best interests of our community first. We demand transparency and a commitment to the truth.”

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The Patrika Auto Review: 2023 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid XLE AWDFamily Orientated Winner!

The 2023 RAV4, is the models fifthgeneration redesign, and features edgier styling with cues from the Tacoma and 4Runner SUVs. There is a bolder, distinctive front end and a wonderful contrasting black roof along with black outlined wheel arches. Blue accented badges on the front-quarter panels and tailgate denote the hybrid model. The Toyota RAV4 Hybrid also has a redesigned interior design, with durable finishes, and A roomy, well thought out cabin. New for 2023, the RAV4 Hybrid is equipped with a standard 8.0-inch infotainment display using the latest version of Toyota Audio Multimedia. Higher trims upgrade to a 10.5-inch touchscreen.

The Toyota RAV4 Hybrid is powered by a 2.5-liter I-4 paired with a CVT, (Continuously variable Transmission) while an electric motor located in the rear drives just the back wheels, giving the RAV4 Hybrid all-wheel drive capability. Combined output for the two systems is 219 hp with 206 lb-ft, 13 more horsepower and 22 more lb-ft of torque than the gas engine model. The RAV4 Hybrid starts off with the XLE AWD model at $35,350- and tops out at $44,650

for the fully loaded Limited AWD version.

Our XLE Hybrid tester came with the outdoorsy, mild off roading and

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Interior wise, the RAV4 is comfortable and versatile with a nice hip point for easy entry, exit and wide doors. The RAV4 cabin offers plenty of room with a plethora of padded soft-touch surfaces where there are occupant contact points, and hard plastics in less obtrusive areas. The seats are amazingly comfortable and the ergonomics spot on in the front cabin. There is an unobstructed view of the road and the big touchscreen is in the middle of the dash where it is easily accessible. All the climate and audio controls are easy to use with big knobs and buttons that even gloved hands can use. The neat silver and black finish in the interior is also really nice.

In the back cabin, there is ample room for three adults at a squeeze, but it will be cramped for three six footers on long trips, however the seatbacks do recline and fold forward, adding some versatility for cargo-hauling. The RAV4 offers up 37 cubic feet of cargo-carrying ability behind the rear seats, and 57 cubic feet with the rear seats almost folded flat.

On the road, the additional electric motor powers the rear wheels in lowtraction situations, and the all-wheel drive system can direct up to 50 percent of the engine’s torque to the rear wheels if needed. But if the battery is depleted the RAV4 becomes a two- wheel drive SUV. When allwheel drive is not needed, the system disconnects to save fuel. The RAV4 Hybrid’s 219 horsepower is 16 hp

more than the non-hybrid model and gives it a little extra grunt, especially on acceleration where you can feel the electric motors instant torque. The RAV4 Hybrid has a couple of modes that can be used for different driving situations. ECO mode is probably the default for city driving, with a good mix of economy and performance, whilst Sport offers quicker acceleration and is good for highway merging, with smoother shifting and throttle responses. The RAV4 offers nice steering and handling qualities with no surprises. The AWD system is good for slippery surfaces and mild trails, but do not expect 4Runner type off- roading abilities. Fuel economy is rated at an impressive-City/Highway/Combined L/100km 5.7/6.3/6.0 thanks to Toyota’s excellent hybrid technology. The ride I have to say is exemplary, smooth, comfortable and car–like.

To sum up, the 2023 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid offers excellent value for money. If you are looking for a spacious hybrid SUV that is fuel economical, comfortable, and cheap to run it will take a lot to beat the RAV4 Hybrid. It comes with Toyota’s reputation for reliability safety features and good resale. Amongst the segment leaders by far and highly recommended.

2023 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid XLE AWD. Priced from $37,990. As tested with options, freight and PDI - $42,243.

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People encouraged to prepare for floods, wildfire risks due to anticipated heat

With unseasonably hot weather forecast for most parts of British Columbia this weekend and into next week, people are encouraged to stay informed about potential risks.

Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a special weather statement for unseasonably hot weather, which is expected to begin Friday, May 12, 2023, and last until Tuesday, May 16 on the coast, and Wednesday, May 17 in the Interior. Widespread daily maximum tempera-

The forecast heat is expected to accelerate the snowmelt at higher elevations, which will increase pressure on the province’s rivers and streams. The River Forecast Centre is monitoring weather patterns and river conditions, and the River Forecast Centre website has updated flood warning and advisory notifications, including a map of areas of heightened flood risk.

The RFC is forecasting increasing flooding hazards in the B.C. Interior over the weekend and through next

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga therapy is the professional application of the principles and practices of yoga to promote health and well-being within a therapeutic relationship that includes personalized assessment, goal setting, lifestyle management, and yoga practices for individuals or small groups.

Aim- The goals of yoga therapy include eliminating, reducing, or managing symptoms that cause suffering; improving function; helping to prevent the occurrence or reoccurrence of underlying causes of illness; and moving toward improved health and wellbeing.

Practice- Yoga therapy adapts the practice of Yoga to the needs of people with specific or persistent health problems not usually addressed in general yoga class.

Yoga Therapy session is one to one and can continue within a small group of setting should this be suitable to the participants needs.

Benefit- Although all yoga is potentially therapeutic and healing, yoga therapy is the specific application of yogic tools—postures/exercises,

breathwork, meditation techniques, and more—to address an individual’s physical, mental, and emotional needs, and a disciplined lifestyle.

Results- It all depends on what you need to increase your health and wellbeing.

Many people first learn about yoga through its physical practices, but a common misconception is that it’s all about stretching or movement. In fact, yoga therapy can help people who can’t move at all, as well as active individuals!

The yogic model of health is unique because it addresses every aspect of life rather than considering each body part or system separately. Yoga therapy is a safe way of working with the natural capacity of your body and mind to optimize well-being.

A general public yoga class can certainly ease everyday aches, pains, and mood complaints. But a yoga therapy session, whether one-to-one or in a small group, goes much further because it is tailored to the individual.

ture records are likely to be broken. Expect temperatures 10 C to 15 C above what is normal for this time of year. The Interior daytime high temperatures will peak in the low to mid-30s, low to mid-30s in the Lower Mainland and Sea to Sky, and low 30s and high 20s on Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast.

People are encouraged to frequently monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment and Climate Change Canada.

“While the warmer temperatures will be welcomed by many people who are looking to venture outdoors and explore our beautiful province, it does elevate some of our seasonal risks, such as floods, wildfires and heat,” said Bowinn Ma, B.C.’s Minister of Emergency Management and Climate Readiness. “I urge people take full advantage of the beautiful weather ahead, but to stay informed about potential risks and take precautions to ensure your safety and well-being.”

Floods

week due to rapid snowmelt. Key areas of concern include the Fraser River from Prince George through the Fraser Canyon, Cariboo Mountains, North Thompson, South Thompson, Shuswap, Similkameen, Kootenay and Skeena regions.

People are advised to keep away from river edges and shorelines. During periods of high flow, riverbanks may be unstable and more prone to sudden collapse. Bodies of water also remain cool at this time of year and may pose a risk of hypothermia and cold-water shock to people when they are exposed to cold water for a prolonged time.

The Province is closely co-ordinating with communities affected by floods. Provincial assets, including sandbags, sandbag machines and temporary retaining walls have been deployed to communities at risk of potential flooding. Local governments and First Nations will have the most upto-date information available about where people can pick up sandbags.

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(NC) If the rising cost of food has you thinking about growing some of your own vegetables this year, you are not alone. And a backyard vegetable garden comes with a number of benefits:

Eating fruits and vegetables is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy.

Growing some vegetables at home can help make eating healthy easier.

Gardening boosts physical activity.

Gardening is a natural stress reliever.

Home gardeners, like farmers, sometimes have to manage threats from insects, weeds and diseases. Here are a few tips for warding off unwanted pests in your vegetable garden.

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Plant companion flowers like mari golds and sunflowers that naturally

discourage bugs from invading your garden.

Plant in straight rows to make cultivating, harvesting and insect control easier.

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Basement has a separate entrance, big rec room, laundry area, full bathroom and can be easily converted into basement suite. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, public transit, restaurants, parks, malls & easy access to highways. Call: 778 552 8840 45925 BOGEY PLACE Elegant and spacious family home located in great neighbourhood. The main floor contains beautiful kitchen includes high end appliances, great room, dining room, den and mud room. Upstairs has four bedrooms, two full washrooms &, laundry room. 2 Bedrooms Legal Basement Suite as a mortgage helper with recreational room for upstairs use. This beautiful home is conveniently located near Kinkora Golf Course, all level of schools, shopping centres & parks in one of most desirable neighborhoods in Chilliwack and easy access to Highway 1 SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD 32427 PANDORA AVENUE Custom built in 2020 this three storey home in West Abbotsford still feels like Brand NEW! Built with quality and great layout. This home features 5 bedrooms/ 4 bathrooms located in a quiet cul de sac and carries no traffic. Main floor has a welcoming foyer, bright living room, dining area & a spacious kitchen with tons of storage. Top floor has 3 spacious bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms with an ensuite in master. Basement has 2 bedrooms & a bathroom with great living 36090 SOUTHRIDGE PLACE Million Dollar Views! Huge Rancher with w/o Basement (Plus Crawl- Lots of storage) LEGAL SUITE, wheelchair ramp. Very open kitchen with raised oak cabinets, tons of cupboards & roll-out drawers. Lots of South facing windows for natural light and "BIG VALLEY/MT.BAKER VIEW!! Rare triple garage & abundant driveway parking. Huge front parking area & good sized flat, usable backyard. Dedicated RV parking for 30+ ft. RV. Easy care porcelain tile & laminate flooring on main, plus much more. Close to #1 & Shopping. Over 250sq. ft. upper deck and over 200 sq. ft. lower deck.
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B.C. enhances access to addictions support for women and girls

Women and girls in British Columbia living with addiction challenges will benefit from continued treatment and recovery services, thanks to provincial funding.

Westminster House Society provides services and supports for women and girls affected by addiction, including women and girls struggling with nicotine, alcohol, prescription medication and substance use, and behaviour disorders, such as problematic eating and gambling.

“When women make the brave decision to reach out for help, it’s vital the right services are in place to meet them,” said Jennifer Whiteside, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions. “That’s why our government is investing in organizations like Westminster House Society. This funding ensures women and girls will continue to access the services they need and deserve on their journey to wellness, as our government continues to build an integrated system of

mental-health and addictions care that works for all British Columbians.”

Westminster House Society is a bedbased treatment and recovery centre in New Westminster that has provided support to women and girls with addictions for 42 years. More than 4,000 women and youth have reached out to the society for help since the declaration of the toxic drug public health emergency in 2016.

“Since the Pathway to Hope launched in 2019, Westminster House has initiated recovery to over 650 women and youth girls,” said Susan Hogarth, executive director, Westminster House Society. “The Province’s investment into the programs at Westminster House will include health and wellness, as well as the addition of support staff to help our clients build recovery capital for improved quality of life.”

The Province has provided $272,000 to the society to support these services. Enhancing supports for people

living with mental-health and addiction challenges is an integral part of A Pathway to Hope, B.C.’s roadmap for building a comprehensive system of mentalhealth and addiction care for British Columbians.

“There is an urgent need to support people, including women and girls struggling with mental-health, addictions and substance use across the province,” said Kelli Paddon, Parliamentary Secretary for Gender Equity. “Funding for Westminster House Society will ensure women, youth and girls can get the supports

they need in a caring and supportive environment.”

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Quality craftsmanship throughout with a bonus Spice Kitchen. Bathrooms are very elegantly finished. Low maintenance yard and a Mortgage Helper. Close to Abbotsford Hospital, Seven Oaks Mall, Mill lake park, City Centre, all public amenities & easy access to Highway 1. Custom Built basement entry Home features Bedrooms and 5 bathrooms with Master bedrooms with ensuites. PLUS All the bedrooms have Walk-In Closets! Very spacious family room with open high ceiling. Lots of Sunlight. Large Maple Kitchen boasts granite countertops, island, flood of ceiling lights and high quality finishing and fixtures. New Refrigerator & New Water Tank. 2 bedroom mortgage helper legal suite on the side with separate entrance. Huge Patio great for entertaining & BBQ's. Fenced backyard with privacy for kids to play or to have a garden. Security system included. 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Jupiter moves on from your sign for another 12 years and begins to focus on your finances to late May 2024. This will be increase in some way and can be good for earning more but you might need to watch spending more as well. You can now move ahead with any financial decisions to mid June that you may have been considering since early April.

Jupiter, the planet of growth, expansion and benefit moves into your sign, where it will remain until 26th May 2024, stimulating a new 12 year personal cycle in this time. Some sort of instant clarity could occur this week, when it comes to something personal, enabling you to move ahead, to mid June with decisions you may have been considering since early April.

It would pay you to look into things that would be best dropped because it may become obvious that in the long term matters could take a very different direction than what you had presumed so far. Life was very busy from August to March. You will benefit from having some quiet time to yourself to May 2024 so that you can contemplate matters thoroughly.

Goals you have had in mind, particularly since Christmas, can now begin to take shape in a big way over the next 12 months. This can require a lot more commitment from you, one way or another. Any increased involvement right now with other people will take shape more so from January 2024. This could also mean an important relationship for some.

You can benefit greatly, not so much through what you know but who you know, over the next 12 months, so don’t hesitate in approaching somebody who may be in a position to help you out. Involvement with a group of people can have its benefits. It will be possible to move ahead, from now to mid June, with any ideas you have floated since early April.

You can suddenly feel freed up from overwhelming expectations you have had to deal with since Christmas. There will be a sense of freedom, over the next 12 months, when it comes to planning future directions. Finish any situation that demands too much of you for perhaps the benefit of others, by mid June. You will now begin to see how this could be accomplished.

Pay close attention to the manner in which the expectations of others upon you will be increased bit by bit over the next 12 months. You need to guard against being too generous of yourself when it comes to requests. From now to mid June, pay attention to the obligations you already have on a regular basis and although it might have been challenging since early April, be determined to correct things.

There could be a large increase, over the next 12 months, when it comes to matters you need to handle on a regular basis. Be careful with promising things from now to early June. Make sure you can handle the details that will go with it. Now is a good time to put a practical foundation in place that can limit the manner in which things you have to handle don’t become overwhelming.

Putting down foundations for greater benefit in life will be possible in the next 12 months. There will be something totally different to anything you have done in life before. This will develop more from January. This can include home and family. You need to be mindful of dealing with finances sensibly from now to mid June. Something that has been held up could start to go ahead.

Life will become rather busy with other people over the next 12 months. If you have been working on something since Christmas that requires some sort of response from others, it could happen now. The action you need to take to project something into the long term can suddenly become clear. Part of this might be connected to somebody else beginning to understand you better.

There can be much to enjoy over the next 12 months and it doesn’t need to cost a lot of money. There could be new children or young people can play a greater role in some way. This would also be a good period for travel, which could include catching up with people a distance away that you have not seen in a while. If there is an interest you have wanted to pursue, this would be the time.

Personal commitments that have began to develop in your life since March can now begin to distract you in some way. This might be connected to wanting to escape but that is not possible. It might be easier to come to terms with this in your own mind from now to mid June but only if you are prepared to take a practical approach. The right information might be easier to come by in the next year.

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Could do a spin-off of ‘Vedha’ : Hrithik

S uperstar Hrithik Roshan recently revealed his wish to dig deeper into the layered story of Vedha from the film Vikram Vedha saying, “I love the character Vedha, I had a lot of fun playing him. Maybe we can do a spin-off of just Vedha. Take that guy (character) and make a film.” Ever since the digital release of Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan starrer Vikram Vedha on Jio Cinema, fans have been raving about the layered and impactful performance of Hrithik Roshan as Vedha. Intrigued to delve deeper into the menacing and savage yet morally sound gangster’s character played impeccably by Hrithik Roshan, netizens tookto social media demanding a spin-off. To their pleasant surprise, the actor agrees and has expressed his desire to do a film tracing an insightful story of Vedha. Fans have been pouring their love on Hrithik Roshan for his versatility and range as an actor for Vikram Vedha. Currently shooting for his upcoming next, Hrithik Roshan is gearing for Fighter, releasing on 25th January, 2024. Directed by Siddharth Anand, the film costars Deepika

Aahana slams influencer hiring

Actress Aahana Kumra has voiced her concern over the growing trend of hiring individuals in the entertainment industry solely based on their social media following, rather than their acting abilities. The Lipstick Under My Burkha actress finds this trend disheartening and believes it has left many aspiring actors confused about their future prospects. She criticises the presence of Instagram influencers in prominent shows on major streaming platforms, emphasising that actors with talent and theatre experience are being overlooked because they lack a significant Instagram following. “I’m sorry to say, most of the shows that are coming on the very big streaming platform feature Instagram influencers. How many actors are really on the platform? There are influencers who are influxing the acting space,” Kumra retorts. Kumra has taken matters into her own hands and is pursuing a career as a writer, aiming to create content that aligns with her creative vision. While she remains open to acting projects, Kumra is focused on exploring new opportunities and breaking free from typecasting.

FORWARD TOWORK WITH AJAY”

Hindi-tamil superstar R Madhavan and Ajay Devgn are teaming up for a film to be produced by Devgn, Abhishek Pathak and Kumar Mangat’s Panorama Studios. The film will be directed by Vikas Bahl who last directed Amitabh Bachchan in Goodbye. Confirming the project R Madhavan says, “Yes I am doing a film with Ajay Devgn. It is directed by Vikas Bahl. Both are a first for me. I am really looking forward to working with Ajay. He has shaped into such a fine actor,

one of the best we’ve got”. When probed about the role Madhavan laughs, “It is a work in progress. I know my character. But I don’t know how it will finally shape up. I am not supposed to talk about my role”. Further probing reveals that the film has equally prominent roles for both heroes. Neither Madhavan nor Devgn is known to do twohero projects. For them both to agree to do this project, it has to be something equally challenging to both.

A ctor Sonakshi Sinha, who was at the receiving end of criticism for some of the controversial scenes in the film Rowdy Rathore, opened up about the double standards that exist in the film industry. According to her, women often bear the brunt of such situations and are made out to be the villains. Interviewer asked her about a scene where Akshay Kumar’s character held her by the waist and said ‘Yeh mera maal hai’. To this, Sonakshi said, “Today where I stand, I would never do something like that. I was so young at that time that I was not thinking in this direction. For me, it was a fact that I am doing a film with Prabhudheva, I am doing a film with Akshay Kumar, who would say no to something like that? Sanjay Leela Bhansali was producing it. Why would I say no? At that time, my thinking was very very different. Today, if I would read a script like that, I would not do it. Things change with time, I too have changed.”

Bhumi supports marriage equality

B humi Pednekar has been hitting all the right notes when it comes to her film choices ranging from Dum Laga Ke Haisha to Bala, Pati Patni Aur Woh to Badhaai Do.

The actress recently won her third Filmfare Award for her performance as Sumi in Badhaai Do, wherein she played a lesbian character Talking about the win and the support she has got from the LGBTQIA+ community, the actress said, “Winning the Filmfare is more like a personal victory but the love the film got as a whole is a victory for the community. The success and love the film has received makes you realise that our country is changing and our cinema is a part of the changing narrative like in so many of my other films in the past.” Bhumi further elaborated, “I justfeel that love is love and as individuals, we should all have equality in every aspect of life. I feel God made us from the same thread and it is not up to us to have biases and pass judgements on what somebody’s life deserves to be. I’m an ally of the community.”

Bhumi also acknowledged that she supports same-sex marriage, which has been a major conversation in the country right now.

Shraddha nails French, British & American accents

A ctress Shraddha

Kapoor recently made a remarkable comeback on the big screen with her performance in Luv Ranjan’s film, Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar alongside Ranbir Kapoor. As a part of the promotional activities for the film’s release on Netflix, the marketing team shot some fun videos with Shraddha. In one of these videos, they tested her talent for accents by asking her if she could pull off any accent, to which she responded with an impressive display of her skills, leaving everyone impressed. She said in French, “It’s so true that I feel like when I used to stand in front of a mirror, I would do

accents but only I would be clapping because there would be no audience. Sometimes it would be French; sometimes it would suddenly be British.” She switched to a British accent. She added later, “And then I would be like okay, I think hopefully it’s not going to red now.” The actress later switched to an American accent and said, “You are asking for an American now. That’s really what you wanted. You could have just really said that.”

“Please tell me to keep quiet guys,” she concluded.

Shraddha is slated to be featured in Stree 2, one of the most highly anticipated films.

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