Jacqueline Fernandez’s Cats Make Adorable Cameos During Her Yoga Session; Check Out The Actress' ‘Cat Yoga’

Jacqueline Fernandez shares a video practicing yoga. She gets a 'feline surprise' mid-session!

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Jacqueline Fernandez’s Cats Make Adorable Cameos During Her Yoga Session; Check Out The Actress' ‘Cat Yoga’
With the country being a lockdown state once again due to the second wave of COVID-19, gyms have remained shut. Hence, everyone is finding out different ways to remain fit. Actress Jacqueline Fernandez like many others swears by yoga, the actress swiftly moves without any efforts as she stretches and performs different yoga asanas. Just a few days ago we saw her taking an online Yoga session while her cat sitting next to her, she posted a video where her cats are seen around her as she stretches.

The video has the Kick actress performing different asanas with her cats making cute and short appearances in the video. Sometimes in between her legs, sometimes just walking around her, thus, bringing a smile on her face. She wore a beige halter-neck bodycon crop top paired with similar coloured yoga pants and tied her hair in a pony. Also one more attention seeking element of the video is the calming audio played in the background. Her cats remained around her in her entire session.

She captioned this video as, “Cat yoga.” Shamita Shetty commenting on it wrote, “Hahahaha can totally relate to this !!!” Watch the video below- 


In the video Jacqueline was seen practicing parvatasana and chakrasana with sheer ease. ALSO READ: Jacqueline Fernandez To Essay The Role Of A Cop For Her Hollywood Debut; Few Sequences Shot At CST Police Station - Deets Inside

On the work front the actress has series of the movies in the pipeline such as multi starrer Ram Setu, Arjun Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan and Yami Gautam starrer Bhoot Police, Attack co-starring John Abraham, Rohit Shetty’s Cirkus, Akshay Kumar starrer Bachchan Pandey and Salman Khan’s Kick 2. ALSO READ: Jacqueline Fernandez On Helping The Needy Amid COVID-19 Crisis: 'We Plan To Bring In Over 500 Oxygen Concentrators'




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