How are you spending your time during these times of isolation?
I love spending time with oneself and this time of isolation is letting to me do that.
I am trying to be very productive in doing things that I love the most -- yoga, self-care, and self-love.
People call me happy and vibrant maybe because I find happiness in the minutest things I do.
I hope everyone is safe and this prevalent time ends soon.
You have completed 10 years in Bollywood. How do you view your journey so far?
I feel blessed to be a part of an industry that a lot of people dream of.
Wow, it has been 10 years but it just feels like I started off yesterday -- the journey is so fresh in my mind.
The journey has been amazing and has taught me so much.
I feel like I belong here and wouldn’t want to have it any other way.
We haven’t seen much of you on screen lately.
I had taken some time off to focus on my craft and learn new skills.
I was taking projects as per my convenience and in terms of quality and learning, I want to seek more.
I just was a part of a music video which recently released. Everyone seems to have liked it and now, steadily, you will see more of me on various platforms.
I am excited for all my forthcoming projects.
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