From light novel to anime: Unlikely love of Ryūto and Runa comes to life in 2023
Makiko Nagaoka’s light novel series, You Were Experienced, I Wasn’t, And This is How We Started Dating, is all set to premiere its television anime adaptation in 2023. With the recent release of the anime’s first teaser promotional video, fans of the series can’t wait to see how the romantic relationship between Ryūto Kashima and Runa Shirakawa will unfold on the small screen.
A sneak peek into the cast and staff
The anime adaptation promises to be a visual treat for fans, with a talented cast and staff working behind the scenes. Natsuki Hanae, known for his roles in Demon Slayer and Tokyo Ghoul, will lend his voice to Ryūto Kashima, while Saori Ōnishi, who has worked on shows like Sword Art Online and Your Lie in April, will voice Runa Shirakawa.
The anime is being directed by Hideaki Oba at ENGI, with Hiroko Fukuda overseeing the series scripts. The characters for the animated series, which are based on magako’s original illustrations, are being designed by Yōsuke Itō, while Kei Haneoka is composing the music. The series is being produced by Pony Canyon. Takeshi Takadera, who worked on Yowamushi Pedal, is the sound director.
The plot of the light novel series
The light novel series centres around the unlikely relationship between Ryūto and Runa. Ryūto is a gloomy social outcast who has trouble connecting with others, while Runa is a popular girl at school. Ryuto and Runa’s paths intersect when Ryuto loses a game and is forced to ask Runa out.
Despite having different social circles and hobbies, Ryūto and Runa begin to bond over their differences as they spend more time together. Through their relationship, they learn to accept and appreciate each other’s unique qualities.
The popularity of the series
The light novel series has gained a significant following since its release under Kadokawa’s Fantasia Bunko label in September 2020. The sixth volume of the series was released on Friday, further fueling fans’ excitement for the anime adaptation.
In February 2022, a manga adaptation of the novels was launched on Square Enix’s Gangan Online website, with Noyama Carpaccio handling the artwork. The manga’s third compiled book volume is set to be published on April 12, giving fans of the series more content to enjoy while they wait for the anime’s debut.
The upcoming anime adaptation of Keiken Zumi na Kimi to, Keiken Zero na Ore ga, Otsukiai Suru Hanashi promises to be a heartwarming tale of two people from different worlds finding love. With a talented cast and staff bringing the story to life, fans of the series are sure to be in for a treat when the anime debuts in 2023.
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Sonali Kulkarni apologises after calling Indian women lazy | Bollywood
Actor Sonali Kulkarni issued a statement on social media after receiving criticism for her remark about Indian women. She recently called Indian Women ‘lazy’ which wasn’t taken lightly by a section of social media users. Reacting to them, Sonali apologised and addressed both criticism and support in the matter. Also read: Sonali Kulkarni’s ‘women are lazy’ comment draws flak online
Sonali wrote, “Dear all, I’m overwhelmed with the feedback I’m receiving. I would like to thank all of you, especially the entire press and media for the extremely mature conduct of connecting with me. Being a woman myself, my intention was not to hurt other women. In fact, I have extensively expressed myself time and again in support of us and what is it being a woman. I’m grateful to all of you for reaching out to me personally to appreciate or to criticize. Hope we will be able to have more open exchange of thoughts.”
“In my capacity I am trying to think, support and share warmth not only with women, but with the entire mankind. It will be only strengthening if we women with our vulnerabilities and wisdom shine through as fair and able beings. If we are inclusive and empathetic, we will be able to create a healthier, happier place to be,” she continued.
She also added, “Having said that, if unknowningly, I may have caused pain, I want to apologize from the bottom of my heart. I do not thrive upon headlines neither do I want to be the center of sensational situations. I’m a diehard optimist and I strongly believe that life indeed is beautiful. Thanks for your patience and support. I have learned a lot from this incident.”
In a recent press meeting, Sonali Kulkarni said, “In India, we, at times, forget that a lot of women are just lazy. They want a boyfriend/husband, who earns well, owns a house, and his performance at work guarantees regular increments. But, in the middle of this, women forget to make a stand for themselves. Women don’t know what will they do. I urge everyone to encourage women and make them self-dependent. So that they are capable enough to share the household expenses with their partners.”
Sonali’s video has now gone viral on social media. She was criticised by Urofi Javed and Sona Mohapatra among others. Sonali was last seen in the 2021 series Whistleblowers on SonyLiv.
Paris Hilton breaks silence on her ‘inappropriate relationship’ with teacher | Hollywood
Paris Hilton has recently released her book ‘Paris: The Memoir,’ which revealed many personal and previously undisclosed details about her life. While the book has been well-received, Paris has admitted that it wasn’t easy for her parents to read it. During an appearance, she shared that she was anxious for her mom Kathy Hilton and dad Richard Hilton to read ‘so much of the book.’ In the book, she shared her inappropriate relationship with an eighth grade teacher, relationship with Jason Shaw and infamous sex tape incident with then boyfriend Rick Salomon. (Also read: Khloe Kardashian breaks silence on being ‘obsessed with weight’ amid split from Lamar Odom: ‘Didn’t know what to do’)
In a recent interview with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live, Paris admitted that she was apprehensive about her parents reading her newly released memoir, Paris: The Memoir, which chronicles her life, struggles, and triumphs. In her memoir, she revealed that she became pregnant with Jason Shaw’s child, but chose to pursue an abortion. In explaining her decision, she wrote, “There was no happy little family at stake. That was not going to happen. Trying to continue that pregnancy with the physical and emotional issues I was dealing with at the time would have been a train wreck for everyone involved. At that moment in my life, I was in no way capable of being a mother. Denying that would have jeopardized the family I hoped to have in the future at a time when I was healthy and healed.”
She recounted not only her relationship with Jason during the early days of The Simple Life, but also detailed her younger years. In one particularly disturbing chapter, Hilton revealed an inappropriate relationship she had with her eighth-grade teacher at a Catholic school.
According to Hilton, the teacher frequently inquired whether her parents were home, and on one occasion, when they were not, he came over to her house. Paris recalled, “I saw a late-model SUV idling at the top of the driveway. I climbed into the passenger seat. Teacher pulled me into his arms and kissed me.”
She also shared her newfound happiness in her relationship with her husband, Carter Reum. She expresseed her love and admiration for him, and their joy was multiplied when they welcomed their son Phoenix Barron via surrogate in February.
She also took to Instagram and shared a long note about her new book, Paris: The memoir and wrote, “Paris: The Memoir is out NOW! I chose to narrate my own audiobook. While it was honestly so hard to write this book and then relive everything again by speaking every word out loud for my audiobook, I’m glad I did it. I hope hearing my story, in my own words, and straight from me encourages you all to tell your stories and embrace your highs and lows and your true selves. Our multitudes and complexities are beautiful. #ThisIsWhoIAm. You can check out my audiobook and learn more about sharing your own story at the link in my memoir.”
Paris rose to fame in the early 2000s with her appearances on reality TV shows like The Simple Life and her party-girl persona. Since then, she has built a successful career as an entrepreneur, launching multiple fashion and beauty lines, fragrances, and even a DJ career.
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