I came here for Lorna, I am learning Konkani: Apurva Asrani

In this episode of 'Sun, Sand & Celebs', discover how Bollywood filmmaker and editor finds solace in Goa's unique charm

Bollywood filmmaker and editor Apurva Asrani has lived in Goa for over 7 years, drawn by its peace, quiet, and friendly locals.

On 'Sun, Sand, & Celebs,' Asrani shares his Goa story, reflecting on how influential people like the late designer Wendell Rodricks introduced him to a different, now-changing Goa.

Asrani enjoys exploring local hidden gems and eats. He recommends favorites like Bombil in Panjim, Vinayak Family Restaurant in Assagao, and Bhatti Village in Nerul.

Asrani, also emphasises the importance of Goans and Goa lovers uniting to protect Goa's unique identity and charm.

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