Coronavirus Pandemic Made Us Realise Not to Take Things for Granted, Says Sonakshi Sinha

Sonakshi Sinha (Photo Credits: IANS)



New Delhi, May 19: Sonakshi Sinha is lacking buddies and moving to work, but doesn’t mind sitting in her house in lockdown if “it means that we can stop the spread of the virus”. The celebrity feels blessed to is in the home with her nearest and dearest throughout the pandemic and states that the catastrophe has made everyone perceive maybe not to take matters for granted.

“I miss my friends but that’s really not even an issue if you put things in perspective. I’m okay with the lockdown if it means that we can stop the spread of the virus. It made everyone realise not to take things for granted,” Sonakshi told IANS while speaking about how she’s coping up with all the lockdown.  Sonakshi Sinha Posts that a ‘Sunday Selfie ‘ on Wednesday Because That’s Lockdown Life! ) (View Pic).

Asked concerning the hardest thing she’d to do throughout the lockdown, Sonakshi explained: “Nothing. I am fortunate to be at home with my loved ones. When you look around and see people who are away from their homes, families, not being able to feed themselves…those are the challenges. My heart goes out to them and all I want to do is help.”

The celebrity knows that “we are all in this together”, also is trusting “for the best”.

The lockdown may have maintained Sonakshi from work, but also gave her an opportunity to reconnect with artwork. Now, that the “Dabangg” celebrity has determined to market her artwork for that a great cause.

“I reconnected with my art during the lockdown and have been wanting to help out on a bigger scale… so I put two and two together and decided to raise funds with my art,” she explained.

Talking about her influences, Sonakshi stated: “I don’t have any influences. It’s something that just flows from within me, and I keep trying out new things on my own.”

Sonakshi has determined to auctions her artworks to increase a fund that will enable her supply ration kits to daily wage employees. The artworks incorporate digital prints, sketches and big canvas paintings produced by the celebrity. For this initiative, Sonakshi Sinha has collaborated with all the celebrities Arjun Kapoor’s sisters Anshula Kapoor’s online fundraising platform Fankind.

Sonakshi, daughter of actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha and Poonam Sinha, feels linking to assist the frontline employees amid the virus outbreak will be the “need of the hour”.  Sonakshi Sinha Calls Her Ramayan Goof -Up on Kaun Banega Crorepati per ‘Honest Mistake’, Says ‘It’ s Disheartening That People Still Troll Me’.

“Never in our wildest dreams did we think we would ever be in a situation like this… and I feel that if we have a roof over our heads, food on our plates and are able to keep ourselves safe, we are privileged. And being so, it’s our duty to take care of those who aren’t as fortunate as us,” stated the celebrity.

On the front, she’ll shortly be observed “Bhuj: The Pride of India”. The movie also stars Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Sharad Kelkar, Ammy Virk and Pranitha Subhash.