Kranti Redkar Misses The Real Mumbai In Times Of Quarantine Silence

Kranti Redkar says what we all have been thinking as she misses the chaos of the city.

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Kranti Redkar Misses The Real Mumbai In Times Of Quarantine Silence
Marathi TV actress Kranti Redkar is missing the real Mumbai. The horns, the pollution, the crowd, signals and the annoying auto’s! The actress recently posted her old picture wherein she is standing on Mumbai roads. The actress is missing the chaos of the city.

Fashionista captioned the picture as “There was a time when I was posting photos with beautiful scenery in the background. now this pollution filled road .. half done metro bridge.. rickshaws and cars in the background are scenic enough. The joy of stepping out .. I want .. I want the horns, the pollution, the crowd, I want the muck on my shoes as soon as I step on the footpath. I miss the traffic ..those long signals. where an auto guy would just cut in and gave you a mild heart attack .. with no fault in your driving you would get abused at..changing radio stations in the car .. clicking the photo of the radio when your favorite song came on and immediately posting it on insta. I miss the sound of my google maps guy who couldn’t pronounce WALAWALKAR MARG correctly .. I miss you my city .. #mumbai. See you soon “

After Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackrey has increased the lockdown till 30th April, today PM Narendra Modi has announced that it will extend due to the rapid spread of the covid19. The lockdown is going to extend till 4th May.  

On the work front, Kranti Redkar is known for her lead character in the Kedar Shinde's hit Marathi film ‘Jatra’ opposite Bharat Jadhav. Her ‘Kombdi Palali’ dance number has also grabbed everyone’s eyeballs. Later, she appeared in the various Marathi hit films like, ‘Shahanpan Dega Deva’, ‘No Entry Pudhe Dhoka aahe’ and Pipani.

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