- 28 Dec - 03 Jan, 2020
- 04 Jan - 10 Jan, 2020
- NEW YEAR SPECIAL
Is it just us or did it really feel like the year skipped by in a few months? 2019 just flew by, dramatically, theatrically and amidst no dull moments on the film, fashion or cultural front. Marking the end of the decade with telling ourselves the changes we are going to make and the things we are going to achieve… just like we do every year. MAG got in touch with the residents of the glitzy blitzy world of the film and fashion industry for their New Year resolutions. Take a look.
Focusing on the little things and being happy with what I have and achieved so far.
2020 will be the year I just wing it. No planning, no resolution, I will just go with instinct.
Be a kind, generous and honest human being. To stay away from toxic people who pull you down. 2020 may bring the completion of my next film, along with short film which I’m thinking to write and direct.
Bilal Abbas Khan
To be more kind to myself, others and be closer to Allah.
In 2019 the most important lesson that I learned was to seize every opportunity that I get, give it your best shot and make impossible possible, only “YOU” can change your present and your future. I’ve recently worked on the way I think and perceive things. It’s up to you whether you want to see the glass half full or half empty. I’ve learned to look at the brighter side and stop myself from being pessimistic.
To be kinder and more patient. To save more. To forgive myself, start putting myself first and start trusting and following my gut. To get on an 80 per cent plant-based diet, exercise more and fix my sleep routine. To limit my time on the internet and to stop seeking approval from people who don’t matter.
I don't want to add new things in my life as a new year's resolution. Instead, I would work and concentrate on what is already working for me and stop doing things that are a waste of time and energy.
I dodge resolutions for the sake of going with the flow but this year’s goal should be to stop procrastinating on various tasks.
Ali Rehman Khan
Keep fighting for what I believe in. Work even harder than I did last year and to spend a lot more time with my family.
Fatima Zara Mallick
To work more on self growth and improvement.
Complain less and appreciate more.
To be the healthiest version of myself: physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Indulge in self care, give myself time and to address anything and everything I feel. 2020 is for me and for every cell of my body. I’m sharing this because I want to encourage everyone to listen to themselves. Face their issues from the past and present. Listen to the anxieties or any other mental health issue that might require attention. I am going to be my best friend in 2020.
To enter the next year with a better version of myself, both emotionally and physically.
To start journaling, 10 to 15 minutes each day. I was recently reading a really good book by the author named Ryan Holiday and he really emphasised that the most important thing you can do each day is to journal.
Live and let live.
2020 is considered to be a technologically futuristic year and as the technology will take its place in the coming year I have a plan to have a very innovative year ahead in every aspects. 2020 is going to be exciting.
To improve my lifestyle habits and also, record new music for the fans.
Work on myself and be more disciplined with my music and career.
Cook more, stay positive and allow a little room for error.
To fulfill my last year resolutions.
Stay positive and do your part in bringing positivity and peace in the world. Don’t worry about others, just do yours.
You seen the ‘Yes Man’? That’s what I intend to do, be a ‘Yes Man’.
To identify my own weaknesses and evolve from understanding them.
To make the year count.