This Is Shriya Pilgaonkar's Treasured Collection And No It Isn't A Fashion Collection!

With the coronavirus spread shuttering the entertainment industry, artists like Shriya Pilgaonkar are turning to their treasured hobbies like reading

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This Is Shriya Pilgaonkar's Treasured Collection And No It Isn't A Fashion Collection!
They say that the pandemic has done one good thing for the human race, it has put a stop to the rat race. People are now sitting in their homes and spending quality time in self-care, family bonding, and living mindfully. Some unleashed their hidden artist within, while some took the much-needed break. Our celebrities too find themselves on their feet to keep us entertained. The effort they take to meet all schedules and yet look constantly glamorous, leaves little or no time for hobbies. 

The youngest Marathi star-kid on the block Shriya Pilgaonkar has used the time in lockdown to connect with her best hobby, reading!

The actress has an entire cabinet filled with interesting books to read. She calls this her treasure chest. The actress shared her picture while she was enjoying a moment with her treasure chest. She captions her picture as, “My treasure chest. Currently reading: Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi and Chosen Spirits on Kindle by @samitbasu. What are you reading?”.

Apparently, the actress is reading Samit Basu’s Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi and Chosen Spirits. Well she is not the only one spending her time reading. Recently Madhuri Dixit Nene too shared that she was reading the famous South African comedian Trevor Noah's autobiographical book 'Born a Crime'. Prajakta Mali is currently reading the Palace Of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. With the coronavirus spread shuttering the entertainment industry actors are using their free time to do something different every day.


Image Source: instagram/shriya.pilgaonkar
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