SONNALLI SEYGALL'S 5 HEALTH TIPS
GLOBAL MOVIE MAGAZINE|June 2020
‘I have hot water with haldi. It’s great for immunity.’ Pyaar Ka Punchnama actress Sonnalli Seygall is trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle during the lockdown as much as she can.

“Take it easy on days when you don’t want to move. Allow yourself to lay back,”

What were you shooting for before the lockdown?

I was scheduled to fly to Australia on March 28 and begin shooting. But it got canceled quite early, even before the virus reached India I think, because it was already in Australia.

I was also supposed to start shooting for Boondi Raita in the first week of April in Deradhun and Haridwar.

How are you keeping yourself busy during this lockdown?

I talk to my friends.

This lockdown has a silver lining for actors with busy schedules because we are getting some time to ourselves.

I really enjoy spending time at home.

I do miss being on set, doing my shows, and traveling for work.

We have such hectic lives, with shoots, social meetings, narrations, workout…

Mumbai life in general is very busy, so this is a blessing, at least for me.

What is your daily schedule like?

Within the first two, three days, I realised that if I am not going to set a routine, it will not work because I will just keep procrastinating…

When you have too much time in hand, you keep pushing things to do. And I’m quite lazy.

I eat healthy.

I have a healthy lifestyle.

I work out.

I wake up early, and try and go to bed by 11 pm or at the most, midnight. One day, I went to bed by 10 pm!

I wake up by 7:30, 8 am; I need my eight hours.

My morning ritual is quite elaborate. I have hot water with haldi.

It’s great for immunity.

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