Sara Ali Khan has been trying to stay fit and healthy while in self-quarantine at home during the lockdown. The actress is keeping fans entertained with her humorous poems and quirky posts on social media. As Sara has been trying to stay in touch with her fans through social media, on the occasion of World Health Day, the actress took to her Instagram account to wish fans by sharing an adorable throwback video from her New York trip. In her post, Sara talks about how being happy means being healthy.
On Instagram, Sara Ali Khan shared a throwback video of her from her trip to New York. The video features Sara dancing to the beats of a tune on the streets of NYC. As the actress grooves to the beats of a drum, the musician playing it seems equally thrilled and happy watching the excited AF Sara Ali Khan dancing her heart out. Clearly, Sara is happy and her dancing video just brightens up one’s day during these crucial times.
Sharing the video, the Love Aaj Kal actress captioned it, “Because Happy = Healthy So Happy World Health Day Stay motivated and positive- it’s the only way Especially since for now, at home we must stay! #staysafe #stayhome #stayfit.” In the post, Sara mentioned that because happy is only when you're healthy, so she shared the video on the occasion of World Health Day to wish all her fans out there. The actress also asked fans to stay motivated and positive as it is needed in these tough times and requested fans to stay at home and fit.
Meanwhile, Sara Ali Khan recently announced that she is making her contribution towards the society by pledging her support towards the COVID-19 relief funds. The Coolie No 1 actress is no doubt a true star and just proves it to all every single day of the beautiful human that she is. Also Read: Mira Rajput Enjoys Math And Snacks With Her Kids To Get Over Coronavirus Boredom; Misha Catches Her ‘Eating The Math Game’
Image source: Instagram/ Sara Ali Khan
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