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Playing guitar one of Lisa's favourite things

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Actress Lisa Haydon says playing guitar is one of her favourite things to do.

Lisa will be playing the role of Shonali in bindass' soon to be launched web series - "The Trip". She plays the role of a feisty, free-spirited girl who is a musician.

She was asked to play the ukulele and to shoot a music segment all to be shot in one take itself. With her love for music and instruments, she took on the challenge to try out a new instrument and practised for two days.

Lisa said in a statement: "I've really liked playing guitar since I was a kid. It's one of my favourite things to do. My character on 'The Trip' is a musician and when I was asked to play the ukulele, I jumped at the opportunity to try out a new instrument."

"The song has an amazing tempo. The ukulele is pretty challenging but it was worth learning to play the track on it. I kept practising till I got it right and now that I have got the hang of it, not going to give up playing it anytime soon."

"The Trip" is a fun and spirited coming-of-age story of four friends, who go on a road trip to Thailand. As one of the girls is set to tie the knot, the gang plans a road trip as part of the bride's bachelorette. The journey though turns into an emotional roller-coaster that establishes the relationships they share with one another and with their own self.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Playing guitar one of Lisa's favourite things

Actress Lisa Haydon says playing guitar is one of her favourite things to do.

Actress Lisa Haydon says playing guitar is one of her favourite things to do.

Lisa will be playing the role of Shonali in bindass' soon to be launched web series - "The Trip". She plays the role of a feisty, free-spirited girl who is a musician.

She was asked to play the ukulele and to shoot a music segment all to be shot in one take itself. With her love for music and instruments, she took on the challenge to try out a new instrument and practised for two days.

Lisa said in a statement: "I've really liked playing guitar since I was a kid. It's one of my favourite things to do. My character on 'The Trip' is a musician and when I was asked to play the ukulele, I jumped at the opportunity to try out a new instrument."

"The song has an amazing tempo. The ukulele is pretty challenging but it was worth learning to play the track on it. I kept practising till I got it right and now that I have got the hang of it, not going to give up playing it anytime soon."

"The Trip" is a fun and spirited coming-of-age story of four friends, who go on a road trip to Thailand. As one of the girls is set to tie the knot, the gang plans a road trip as part of the bride's bachelorette. The journey though turns into an emotional roller-coaster that establishes the relationships they share with one another and with their own self.

--IANS

nn/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Playing guitar one of Lisa's favourite things

Actress Lisa Haydon says playing guitar is one of her favourite things to do.

Lisa will be playing the role of Shonali in bindass' soon to be launched web series - "The Trip". She plays the role of a feisty, free-spirited girl who is a musician.

She was asked to play the ukulele and to shoot a music segment all to be shot in one take itself. With her love for music and instruments, she took on the challenge to try out a new instrument and practised for two days.

Lisa said in a statement: "I've really liked playing guitar since I was a kid. It's one of my favourite things to do. My character on 'The Trip' is a musician and when I was asked to play the ukulele, I jumped at the opportunity to try out a new instrument."

"The song has an amazing tempo. The ukulele is pretty challenging but it was worth learning to play the track on it. I kept practising till I got it right and now that I have got the hang of it, not going to give up playing it anytime soon."

"The Trip" is a fun and spirited coming-of-age story of four friends, who go on a road trip to Thailand. As one of the girls is set to tie the knot, the gang plans a road trip as part of the bride's bachelorette. The journey though turns into an emotional roller-coaster that establishes the relationships they share with one another and with their own self.

--IANS

nn/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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