Actress Genelia Dsouza's Follows The Pawri Trend With A Twist After Getting Injured In Skating Practice

Actress Genelia Dsouza's is following the pawri trend but in a recovery mood as she got an injury while Skating Practice.

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Actress Genelia Dsouza's Follows The Pawri Trend With A Twist After Getting Injured In Skating Practice
Genelia Dsouza is a sport aspiring actress and on the occasion of International Women's Day she shared a very emotional and inspiring message with her fans. Genelia is very active on her social media account and recently she has shared a video with a long message with her fans. She captioned the post as – “My Recovery Pawri Story A few weeks ago I decided to learn skating because I thought I could be an inspirational and great company to my kids.. I envisioned putting out a really cool video on the gram once I learned it...Alas!!!! But I thought I should put this out in any way, because the gram is always about success stories but how about the times we fall?? “sometimes you gotta fall before you fly”

I hope I find it in my heart to rise despite my fall but what’s important is I TRIED and I will try n try till I succeed ( hopefully with no more falls

Happy Women’s Day all you beautiful women”So, this post uncovered how the actress is bearing pain through this injury. 

Check out Genelia here:


The fans, friends and colleagues are praying for her speedy recovery and her comment box is flooded by recovery messages. Genelia wanted to be an inspiration for her children for the skating sport but unfortunately a twist in practice turned her in pain. 

Talking on the working front, Genelia Dsouza’s last appearance was in Tamil movie names Thalapathy released in 2011 whereas her debutant Tamil Movie “Shankar’s Boys’ was a blockbuster hit in 2003. 

Image source: Instagram/geneliad/SpotboyEarchives
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