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Heat getting to you? Let these Tolly stars show you where to cool your heels

Will it be Good ol’ Darj or a ‘saat samundar paar’ trip for you?

Pooja Mitra | Published 27.04.22, 07:49 PM
Care to share the bite, Rukmini?

Care to share the bite, Rukmini?

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Remember when summer breaks during childhood meant watching Chuti Chuti on TV? Childhood has gone, and along with it, gone are the days when climate change was this real. Reality now is 40 degrees with no rain and severe wanderlust. So, if you want to get away from it all and head to cooler climates, take inspiration from some of our fave Tolly celebs and set off.

Srijit Mukherji

Kanchenjunga calling! Srijit’s click of the Queen of the Hills is #FOMO and a huge nudge to book tickets to the mountains right now!

Parambrata Chatterjee

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Casting for ‘borofe Bangali’ happening, Parambrata? There may be a record-breaking queue for a film on borof and Bangali. Meanwhile, say ‘so long’ to Kolkata for Solang.

Swastika Mukherjee

A visit to foggy, misty Gulmarg is what we all need.

Saswata Chatterjee

Been thinking of a trip to England? Now’s the time! Maximum temperature was 13 degrees in London and 37 degree in Kolkata today.... Just saying!

Mimi Chakraborty

Himachal it is? Bookmark Mimi’s itinerary for deets!

Rukmini Maitra

Current requirement summed up.

Koel Mallick

Mid-week blues like Koel? A Europe travelgram forever on your mind? It’s time to get set and go.

Anindita Bose

Like Anindita, we too thank the universe for mountains, tea gardens and everywhere that is not as hot as it is right now in Kolkata!

Gaurav Chakrabarty & Ridhima Ghosh

While we don’t need a reason to go to Darjeeling; we have plenty now.

Gourab Chatterjee

Climate change is real. Soaring mercury and no respite are a reality. Please join the dots.

Last updated on 27.04.22, 07:49 PM
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