Popular TV show Uttaran star Tinaa Dattaa is currently stuck in Goa amidst of this lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, learning the art of yoga. While she is posting some lovely pictures of her from the yoga sessions, the actress is disappointed with the stars posting videos and pictures of them doing the daily chores at their home. The actress feels it such a wannable thing to do in the rush to just create content which helps them keep in news. She also shares of never attempting at it.
She was quoted saying by Hindustan Times, “Don’t we do it everyday? I do it for sure, but I’ll never make a social media post about. I find it extremely wannabe to do such things. People just want to create content on social media in order to be seen.” Many stars during the lockdown gave a glimpse of them cooking, cleaning their houses, washing clothes and so on, on their respective social media handle. According to her, don’t people do these things on daily basis?
The actress is having peaceful time at Peace of Blue yogashala in Goa where she is learning Yoga asanas from actress Aashka Goradia’s husband Brent Goble. Besides this she is learning to bake and capture the nature in her lens by learning the art of photography.
Talking about positive outcome of her yoga sessions, she said, “I wanted to learn yoga for a long time and I’m finally pursuing it with my yoga guru, who makes it so much fun and explains the significance of every asana. I do it for about two hours. It’s very calming and positive.” ALSO READ: Rashami Desai's Uttaran Co-Star Tinaa Dattaa Drops A Thirsty; Fans Want To Put Her Behind Bars For Being 'Criminally Sexy'
Though the actress could have returned to the city right before the lockdown, she felt it was not safe. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 13: Rashami Desai's Uttaran co-star Tinaa Dattaa's Tinkerbell Photo Shoot Makes Fans Go Crazy
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