EXCLUSIVE: Radhika Madan reveals what she is finally learning during self-quarantine

By | March 24, 2020

The world is dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic. India has seen the rise in the cases. Amid the lockdown in many states, celebrates are urging their fans to stay indoors to keep the people around safe and healthy. Radhika Madan, whose last film Angrezi Medium released amid Covid-19 outbreak, is spending time at home and brushing up on her skills.

EXCLUSIVE: Radhika Madan on self-quarantine – “I finally got the time to learn piano, doing yoga, reading a book or writing poetry and watching films.”

Speaking about the pandemic and what she would like to tell the people, Radhika says, “I would tell them to stay at home. What I am doing is I have educated by guard, my driver, my house help about what’s happening. I have bought them sanitizers, marks and vitamins. I have told them to educate their own families as well. We need to be attentive and educated and educate everyone around us too. I am doing my bit and I would want people to stay at home and spend time with their families and catch up. We always say there’s less time to spend at home. Now, we do have time. Let’s utilize it in the best way possible!”

During the self-quarantine, the celebrities are making sure to make the most of it but indulging in different kinds of hobbies. Radhika revealed to Bollywood Hungama that she is learning piano. “I have been doing video calls for the meetings. I am learning new things. I finally got the time to learn piano, doing yoga, reading a book or writing poetry and watching films. That is what I am doing. I finally got some time to brush up my skills and add something to my kitty.”

Radhika Madan, on the work front, will next star in Shiddat alongside Sunny Kaushal. Produced by Dinesh Vijan, Shiddat is said to have two parallel tracks focusing on the journey of two couples. The film also stars Diana Penty and Mohit Raina.

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