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#FridayFunda: How to have fun at work

Last updated on: July 20, 2018 08:04 IST

Take a cue from Dhadak co-stars Jahnavi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter.

According to a 2018 survey, Indian professionals have been spending more time at work.

While family and friends do matter, for most of us, work plays a meaningful part in our lives.

Having good colleagues and a friendly work space would help boost productivity and keep stress at bay.

See how colleagues Ishaan Khatter and Jahnavi Kapoor are leading the way.

Presenting some lessons on how to make work-life fun and easy:

Work lessons from Dhadak

Not everyone is lucky to work with a friend. The alternative is to find a co-worker who can double up as your buddy.
When you are stressed, stuck in a situation or simply need to talk, you can turn to this colleague cum friend to cheer you up.Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Lessons from Dhadak

Food is proven to be a great conversation starter. Try sharing your dabba with your team and see how you'll discover a different side to your co-worker. 
Photograph: A still from Dhadak

Work lessons from Dhadak

Dance is a good stressbuster too. Don't hesitate to participate in events where you can show off your dancing skills or learn a new cool move.
It's okay to let your hair down. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Work lessons from Dhadak

Working late week after week? Try to wrap up early some day or take a break to step out for a brunch or watch a movie together as a team. 
Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Lessons from Dhadak

Once you have found your best buddy at work, a little pranking around can be harmless too.
Photograph: A still fromDhadak

Lessons from Dhadak

Finally, the best way to integrate your personal and professional lives is to invite your family to outdoor events and introduce them to your colleagues.
When they all get together, it'll seem like one big happy family. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar