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Some Tips From Siddhant Chaturvedi to Keep You Creatively Occupied

Tips From Siddhant Chaturvedi:

In the middle of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that seems to have no end, here’s how Siddhant Chaturvedi is keeping himself creatively occupied these days.

Siddhant shared with his fanbase the secret of being creatively occupied to avoid the negative emotions that develop inside one when locked inside one place for elongated periods.

Meditation is one successful Indian medicine for that.

Bollywood Newbie: Siddhant Chaturvedi made waves with the character of MC Sher in GullyBoy and earned a place in the hearts of the box office audience like no other. The current coronavirus pandemic that is impacting all of us and has made one’s mind creatively blocked and filled our daily lives with boredom isn’t allowing us to be both happy and creatively active.

Now Siddhant has come ahead to our rescue and shared the secret of being creatively occupied to avoid those negative emotions. He used the words,

“I’m keeping myself occupied – going through my scripts, practicing lines, working out, trying to follow my normal routines basically. But, the most important thing is looking forward to the light at the end of the tunnel, focusing on how social distancing will be a beneficial step for the greater good of our nation. That’s what I’m keeping in mind right now.”

With being a great actor and making a banging debut in Gully Boy, he is also a fashion icon. His looks are blazing and completely lit. Siddhant’s social media account is full of his jaw-dropping looks. He aced a wide variety of looks and surely has got a lot more in store for us.

Talking about work, Siddhant will be keeping himself busy this year and is looking forward to a packed 2020, with various projects set up for him starting with Bunty Aur Babli 2 followed by Shakun Batra’s film where he will be seen alongside Deepika Padukone and Ananya Panday.

Also Read: How ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ Will Be Shot Amid The Lockdown Revealed

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