Before Bidding Adieu To 2020, Adaa Khan, Rajesh Kumar, Aniruddh Dave Share That One Good Habit They Picked Up This Year

Before we say goodbye to 2020, celebs such as Adaa Khan, Rajesh Kumar, Aniruddh Dave, and others share one good habit they picked up during the lockdown and will continue doing so

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Before Bidding Adieu To 2020, Adaa Khan, Rajesh Kumar, Aniruddh Dave Share That One Good Habit They Picked Up This Year
2020 came as a big surprise, didn't it? While we dreamt of flying cars and floating houses, an unknown virus took over the world. But well, it was not all bad as we finally got some time to spend at home and do what we love to do. Not to forget the household chores that everyone did as a family. So before we bid adieu to 2020, here are some celebs sharing that one habit they picked up during the lockdown and will continue doing it. Read on:  

Aniruddh Dave: I was always a cleanliness freak but because of the lockdown and the pandemic I have become more particular about it. So, this is something that I will continue. I wash my hands frequently now when touching surfaces at home or handling the raw food or after using the bathroom. Every time we step out we keep a sanitiser handy.
Aniruddh Dave

Aniruddh Dave

Kettan Singh: The pandemic and the lockdown has made us realise the importance of friends and family. So, now I try to talk to my relatives and friends quite often. I have realised that even a 'hello, how are you?' can change someone's day, so I try to do that.
Kettan Singh

Kettan Singh

Adaa Khan: While the lockdown made us realise the importance of spending time with family, it also somewhere taught us the importance of 'me' time. So I have started to spend some time with myself, I do whatever I feel like doing during that time, I sometimes cook, sometimes I watch a show or read a book, that time is mine, and I don't let anyone or anything take it away from me.
Adaa Khan

Adaa Khan

Avinash Mukherjee: The lockdown has made me realise that we should be thankful for whatever we have and be happy with it. I think this feeling of gratitude is going to stay with me forever, and I will never shy away from thanking people around me.
Avinash Mukherjee

Avinash Mukherjee

Meera Deosthale: This might sound funny to some, but the habit that I picked up during the lockdown and will continue doing is greeting people with a namaste. I think it's not just the Coronavirus, but even if someone has a normal cold or cough, this will save me from contracting any sort of infection.
Meera Deosthale

Meera Deosthale

Sucheeta Trivedi: During the lockdown, I spent my days learning typical 'Patel' delicacies that my husband loves. And even now, when I have an off or I come back home early from the shoot, I make whatever I can. Also, when sometimes I have planned that I am going to cook something, then my husband and I go grocery shopping too. And I am going to continue this habit.
Sucheeta Trivedi

Sucheeta Trivedi

Yesha Rughani: During the lockdown, I learned various art forms like Mithila painting, Warli art, Lipan art, to name a few. So now whenever I get time, I try to do something creative and spend my day painting. It's a great stress-buster and being creative is always good.

Rajesh Kumar: The lockdown has taught us the importance of disinfecting. So, now whenever I get time, even if it is before going to work, I disinfect my entire house. It's a good habit to maintain good hygiene in and around your home, and I will continue doing it.

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Rajshri Rani: During the lockdown, I was with my parents and I spent a lot of time reading books. I was never an avid reader, but books have become my best friend now.

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Rohit Bhardwaj: The year 2020 began on a very disappointing note for everyone. In just the third month we were all locked up inside our homes. During that time I spent my days cleaning my house, sanitising it, washing everything that I got from outside, and this is the good habit that is going to stay with me forever. We don't realise but there are so many chemicals and pesticides used on our vegetables that it's always safe to clean it before storing it in the fridge or somewhere else in the house. 

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