Anushka Sharma says lockdown has been changed into a rat race: It's not a productiveness contest

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The lockdown and its third-time extension have been a tiring expertise for a lot of. Different individuals have handled this in their very own distinctive manner. As most of us to confess to having taken aide from social media to take care of this, have you ever observed the variety of ‘fun’ challenges that most individuals are posting on social media? We are already in a state of worldwide stress and never having a fruitful consequence out of it, is totally alright and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma vouches for it.

Anushka took to her Instagram tales and posted a word on why you will need to ‘stay sane’, somewhat than win accolades on this interval of lockdown. Her encouraging word for followers could be learn:

“It’s absolutely fine if you get out of this lockdown with no new skills, zero books read, no deep realization, no webinar, no certificate…. Stay sane. It’s not a productivity contest. Some folks turned even this lockdown into a rat race!”

Anushka Sharma

Anushka has been typically taking to social media to share glimpses from her whereas in quarantine, which largely revolves round her hubby Virat Kohli and her pets. The actress is presently having fun with the bliss of being together with her household and sometimes posts lovable photographs from the identical.


In April, she had posted a photograph from her enjoyable household time as her hubby and fogeys performed board video games. She wrote an extended word on staying with household and most significantly, staying secure within the lockdown. An excerpt from her post learn, “It’s from our primary care givers – family that we learn how to tread the journey of life, how to walk, how to eat, how to socialize & then face the world.”

Further, she wrote, “Stay at home to take care of everyone precious in your lives. And also make the most of these moments … smile, laugh, share, show affection, clear mis-understandings, develop stronger/healthier bonds, discuss life and dreams and pray for a better tomorrow.”

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Do you agree with Anushka that lockdown needs to be largely about staying secure and sane and never turning into a compulsory lesson-giver? Tweet us your ideas in @zoomtv.

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