Bollywood Quarantined: Preity Zinta learns to make Dosa, Karisma Kapoor bakes a cake, Shilpa Shetty sweeps the garden, Nushrat Bharucha does night workout, Ayushmann Khurrana recites a poem | Hindi Movie News
Actress Nushrat Bharucha ended her day with some night workout to stay fit while being at home. She posted the pictures on her Instagram and without a doubt she looked amazing! Check it out:
Ayushmann Khurrana recited a poem written by Neeti Pandey who hails from ‘Banaras’. He captioned his video post, “So, I decided I cannot be reading poetry everyday I’ll get bored. So, today I decided that I will read this poem by Neeti Pandey. She is very talented from Banaras.”
इस दौर की कविता https://t.co/8TcJNAKAf2
— Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) 1585317733000
Karisma Kapoor decided to bake a cake for her family and the staff. In the pictures, she looked fresh while holding a vessel with chocolate in it. Here’s what she posted:
Shraddha Kapoor enjoyed watching birds in the sky and appreciated the beauty of nature. She shared a video of birds flying high in the sky on her Instagram and captioned, “Being home ?☁️✨? #SimpleJoys #AppreciateNature #Magic #Terrace”
Shilpa Shetty cleaned her garden and shared that the lockdown has made her realise one should always appreciate the house help. In the video, she can be seen wearing a pink tank top with blue leggings and shoes. Watch the video here:
Neil Nitin Mukesh went down the memory lane and shared a video of him wearing a jacket which he wore 11 years ago for his film ‘Aa Dekhe Zara’.
Mouni Roy who is a bookworm spent her day reading a new book. She shared a video of the same on her Instagram. She looked absolutely beautiful in an all-black attire! Take a look:
Preity Zinta learned how to make Masala Dosa. She posted a picture of what she made on her Instagram and wrote, “Yesss ! Finally learnt how to make Masala Dosa ?”
Here’s what others posted:
Meanwhile, COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill. As there is no cure for the disease, staying at home is the only way left to combat it and avoid the infection.