Ananya Birla Tries To Do A Gravity-Defying Yoga Asana And We Are Blown – See Pic

Ananya Birla recently shared a photo of herself where she is seen trying to pull a gravity-defying Yoga asana and we are completely dumbstruck seeing that

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Ananya Birla Tries To Do A Gravity-Defying Yoga Asana And We Are Blown – See Pic
After food, clothing, and shelter, guess the next thing people are trying to achieve is fitness. From commoners to famous celebs, everyone is striving hard to keep themselves fit and healthy. Take for instance, Shilpa Shetty, Malaika Arora, Katrina Kaif and many more, they not only sweat it out rigorously in the gym but also maintain a proper diet plan. These divas are going all out and about to put their best appearance on the display. As we are talking about fitness, we just came across a picture of Ananya Birla and we just can’t get over it.

In case, you ever Google her, then her Wikipedia page will tell that Ananya Birla is an Indian singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and mental health advocate but apart from all this, she is a fitness freak too. According to her Instagram page, Birla has posted many fitness-related photos and videos that will only motivate you to move your lazy ass and hit a gym right away. Be it her ‘abs’solutely fierce torso or toned legs, Ananya is a stunner already. Speaking more about it, she is now getting into Yoga it seems, well, at least that’s what her latest Instagram post hints.

She shared a photo of herself where she is seen trying to pull a gravity-defying Yoga asana and we are blown by that. While sharing the picture on her feed, she wrote in her Instagram caption, “Mind Body Soul! Music is just magical and connects it all together for me!” Knowing that she is a singer, we really liked how she connected her mind, body, and soul with music, it’s a perfect match.


Image source: Instagram/  ananya_birla
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