Dubai: The 26th episode of NewsKarnataka.com’s talk show ‘Sunday Celebrity’ was held on Sunday June 26 at 8.00 pm IST.
The guest for the evening was Errol Gonsalves, Radio Programme Producer and Content Researcher, Dubai. Floyd Kiran was the host of the event.
The programme was premiered on NewsKarnataka.com’s Facebook and YouTube channels.
At the beginning of the show, Floyd Koran introduced the guest and welcomed him.
Errol Gonsalves shared about his childhood and said, “I am blessed to be born in a village because only a village-born knows the soothening feeling in its environment. For several years in my childhood, I was given a tomato stating it to be an apple, and for several years I believed a tomato to be an apple.”
When expressing his career experience he said, “I had no dream jobs but I always wanted to be an actor in films. Getting into the field of RJing was by mimicking the style of an RJ despite not being a radio audience,” he shared.
In the ‘Celebrity Favourites’ segment, he shared funny nicknames he possesses like, Gaddi, Ariel, Erole etc.
Speaking about his favourite food, “Fish rice is one of my favourites and anything that is served with lots of love and care, I love it,” he expressed.
“Being a content creator I bring out emotions like joy, sadness etc. and so now for me giving an interview in NewsKarnataka and being chosen as one among your celebrities is the happiest.”
Speaking on the regrets in life he shared, “There was a time I was busy with my work and had no time for my family and friends. It was not intentional but It did happen. At a time like that, I had received a continuous text from one of my friends to whom I was unavailable and post several days when I replied back I learnt that the person is no more. And so I regret and believe maybe a single message could have saved a life.”
As a message to the audience, he shared, “When you wake up in the morning believe it to be your last day and give your best whereas go to bed with the contentment of doing good. Live for yourself. when you are good, the people around you will be good too. Do good and good will come to you.”
Kiran Nirkan expressing gratitude signed off the session.