Telly Tattle: Saumya Tandon's COVID-19 campaign; Tushar Dalvi's digital debut
Saumya Tandon is part of a campaign to distribute reusable masks; Tushar Dalvi to make his digital debut on Netflix with Choked.
Telly actor Saumya Tandon is part of a campaign to distribute reusable masks and face shields to frontline workers on the streets. The Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai actor was spotted in Andheri distributing the kits to vegetable vendors and police personnel.
Main bhi artist
Aishwarya Sakhuja, who has taken up sketching during the lockdown, is enjoying the process. "I never thought I would be good at it, but I've surprised myself. I still have a long way to go but my friends have been loving my sketches," she adds.
Jag Jaanani Maa Vaishno Devi actor Madirakshi Mundle is bonding with her mother during the lockdown. She has special plans for Mother's Day. "I plan to cook her favourite meal and refurbish an old saree to a suit with embroidery work on it."
The web game
Mere Sai actor Tushar Dalvi is set to make his digital debut on Netflix with Anurag Kashyap's Choked. He says, "Working with Anurag Kashyap is a dream come true. His films don't underplay issues."
Slambook: Parull Chaudhry
One superpower you wish to possess?
The power of illusions.
One thing you won't share?
My mom's laddoos.
Your guilty pleasure movie?
Dumb and Dumber (1994).
One thing you are guilty of?
Of unknowingly hurting my parents.
Your worst project?
Being part of an episode of supernatural show in which I played a 300-year-old witch. Wearing prosthetics was painful.
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