After Pack Up: Kishore Kumar songs and cooking help Apurva Asrani unwind

“On more mellow nights, it’s Hemant Kumar inspired cooking for me.” As for his playlist, it includes “Phir Wahi Raat Hai”, “Haal Kaisa Hai Janab Ka”, “Tum Aa Gaye Ho”, “Tum Pukar Lo”, “Na Tum Hume Jaano” and “Door Gagan Ki Chaon Mein”. I feel like a new version of myself when I get out of the pool.”


The Shahid and Aligarh screenwriter also reveals that it’s cooking, while listening to some ‘light Kishore Kumar songs’, that gives him a good night’s sleep. 0
Comment(s) So, I try (my best) to get off electronic gadgets.”
A long day’s work also calls for swimming or a one hour run, Apurva shares. Advertising

For National Award-winning editor Apurva Asrani, the most obvious thing after pack up is to set aside gadgets. “Rarely do I watch movies after I finish work. “Water calms my mind and the exercise releases blocked energy. As a writer and an editor, I stare at the screen for long periods.