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Stars in their downtime at IIFAs, Singapore

In just one of a series, tabloid! hangs out with actor-director Farhan Akhtar as he discovers Singapore

  • By Manjusha Radhakrishnan, Senior Reporter
  • Published: 10:00 June 9, 2012
  • Tabloid

  • Image Credit: Manjusha Radhakrishnan/Gulf News
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It’s a long, fun weekend at the IIFA Awards in Singapore. So instead of just bringing you who won what and who wore who, tabloid! went a step further: We hung out with actors in their downtime.

On Friday, Farhan Akhtar appeased the adrenaline junkie in him and went skydiving indoors at iFly Singapore — the indoor wind tunnel. We were there with him.

“It’s less talking and more action,” said Akhtar as he jumped into a red skydiving suit.

Read the full story in tabloid! soon


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