Abeer shares spe­cial con­nec­tion with na­ture

Sunday Tribune - - HERALD -

AC­TOR Abeer Sufi, who plays saint Sai Baba in a TV show, says he shares a spe­cial bond with na­ture.

“I feel a spe­cial con­nec­tion with na­ture and en­vi­ron­ment. The first thing I usu­ally do when I reach the set of Mere Sai is wan­der around the gar­den and wa­ter the plants. On the oc­ca­sion of World En­vi­ron­ment Day (June 5) I de­cided to plant saplings in our gar­den and nur­ture them too,” Abeer said in a state­ment.

“This will be a tribute to Sai Baba as well. I like to be around a lot of green­ery and trees. I also have many plants at my home.

“I love to take care of them and talk to them. It makes me feel very pos­i­tive,” he added.

Mere Sai is aired on Sony En­ter­tain­ment Tele­vi­sion. SUSHANT Singh Ra­jput is go­ing to por­tray some never-be­fore-seen roles in his forth­com­ing projects. The ac­tor says that he al­ways opts for char­ac­ters who he feels would be be­yond him be­cause in that way it be­comes a chal­lenge for him.

“I take up roles that I feel I would fail in and then it be­comes like a chal­lenge for me to outdo my­self. My phi­los­o­phy of suc­cess in life is to find dif­fer­ent ways of fail­ing, I would fail three to four times but by the fifth at­tempt I suc­ceed. It then be­comes my per­sonal ex­pe­ri­ence and it helps me to emerge as a per­son,” said Sushant.

Sushant is work­ing with debu­tante Sara Ali Khan, the daugh­ter of Saif Ali Khan and his ex-wife Am­rita Singh, in Kedar­nath while in Sonchiriya, he fea­tures along­side ac­tress Bhumi Ped­nekar.

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