Actor Aditya Khurana visits the Dubai Expo 2020 – The Tribune

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Updated At: Nov 28, 2021 11:03 AM (IST)

Travel enthusiasts always find ways to quench their thirst for exploration. Aditya Khurana is one such individual. The actor visited the Dubai Expo 2020 (held earlier this month) and says he felt like he had travelled many countries at one go. Says Aditya, “I think visiting an expo is like another level. Even a world tour lets you travel to limited countries and you won’t be able to explore much, but here at one stop I could experience 150+ countries and their cultures. You travel to different countries to get the feel of its people, culture, vibe and food. Now that my bachelor tour is done, I’m hoping next for a fabulous couple tour with my lucky woman.”
He adds, “As an actor, whenever you are free from shooting, you enjoy time with your family and unwind. Travel recharges me. And this expo was something interesting. The trip was hectic as I had to undergo many Covid tests. The final test was conducted before I entered the expo.”
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