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Lockdown Diaries: A peek at Hasleen Kaur's to-do list

April 15, 2020 08:16 IST
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She was crowned Femina Miss India Earth in 2011.

Hasleen Kaur has been modelling for 11 years now.

In 2014, she tried another hat and played the lead role in Karle Pyaar Karle.

Hasleen was picked to be a Sabyasachi bride in 2018 and showcased one of the designer's bridal outfits.

The lockdown finds her at home in Delhi and discovering new ways to use her time productively.

When the lockdown ends, Hasleen plans to come out of it a stronger person.


Hasleen Kaur

IMAGE: Hasleen Kaur found the first few days of the lockdown tough. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/

For models like Hasleen there are no WFH options.

Without work, times could be a bit rough, but Hasleen has made sure she is not sitting home idle.

Here is what she is doing:


SEE: Hasleen Kaur says staying at home indefinitely can be tough unless you have a plan to wake up to each morning. Video: Kind Courtesy Hasleen Kaur


Hasleen Kaur

IMAGE: Hasleen's after-lockdown picture which she captioned as, 'Day 7373084 of quarantine'. She posts that she misses sunsets and evening walks the most. Photograph: Kind Courtesy Hasleen Kaur/Instagram

More from her list:



hasleen Kaur

IMAGE: Hasleen Kaur, a Sabyasachi bride who wed in 2018 in a traditional Sikh ceremony, says that as a model temporarily without work because of the lockdown, it is important for her to monitor what's going on her body/face and in her body. Photograph: Kind Courtesy Hasleen Kaur/Instagram

Hasleen shares valuable tips on how to take care of yourself through this lockdown:



Feature coordination and production: Rajesh Karkera/

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