A few days back, Akshay Kumar shared the announcement about the release of his upcoming film Sooryavanshi being postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the Novel Coronavirus is spreading rampantly in the country, many celebrities have decided to stay quarantined at their homes with families. While quarantined at home, Twinkle Khanna shared a picture with fans giving them a glimpse of how she’s managing to try to work on her book but has failed to do so, leaving her bathroom being the only spot to write.
On Instagram, Twinkle Khanna shared a picture from the living room of her house, with an add-on view to her garden. Sharing the picture, the author captioned it, “Thought I would work on my book while he keeps her busy but the people that live inside my head don’t talk to me when the people I live with are chattering away as well. #nextwritingspotisthebathroom.” In the post, Khanna mentioned how she thought she would work on her book while hubby Akshay Kumar keeps their daughter Nitara Kumar busy.
Twinkle Khanna expresses her feelings on how she can’t seem to write anything, in the picture she shared, Akshay is spotted enjoying his time with his daughter in their lying down in their lawn. In the post later, Khanna mentioned how she thought Kumar will keep their daughter busy but shared that the people who live inside her head don’t talk to her when the people she lives with are chattering away as well.
Meanwhile, as Twinkle expressed that she cannot focus on writing her book as Akshay and their daughter Nitara are busy chattering, the author finally decided that her next writing spot is the bathroom. With Twinkle Khanna choosing the bathroom as her next writing spot, with the chaos at home sometimes, we couldn't agree more. Also Read: Coronavirus Scare: Amitabh Bachchan’s 'Self-Quarantined Stamp Hand' Picture Is NOT His Own Hand - Here’s Why
Image source: Instagram/ Twinkle Khanna
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