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10 Ways to Stay Busy at Home

By NAMRATA THAKKER
April 30, 2021 09:24 IST
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Staying at home during the lockdown can get boring unless you indulge in some fun activities and keep yourself busy.

But just how can we do this?

Namrata Thakker gives you some inspiration from our B-town celebs.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Jacqueline Fernandez/Instagram

Like Jacqueline Fernandez, join a virtual yoga and mediation class for your mental and physical well being.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Mandira Bedi/Instagram

So what if you are confined in your house? Exercise to keep your immunity up and running, says Mandira Bedi.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Kunal Kemmu/Instagram

Take up a fun hobby and spend quality time with your little one.

That's Kunal Kemmu with daughter Inaaya indulging in some art.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Pulkit Samrat/Instagram

If Pulkit Samrat can try his hand at the guitar, so can you.

In fact, you can learn to play any musical instrument of your choice, courtesy tutorial videos on YouTube.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Jackie Shroff/Instagram

If learning an instrument isn't your cup of tea, learn an indoor sport like boxing.

Plus, you will stay fit and fab like Jackie Shroff. Bhidu is 64!

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Daisy Shah/Instagram

Play with your fur buddy because the lockdown isn't easy for them either and Daisy Shah realises that.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Esha Deol/Instagram

Staying at home doesn't mean you stop working!

Esha Deol reads scripts at home.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Kangana Ranaut/Instagram

Lockdown is the best time to rediscover the magic of books.

Kangana Ranaut would agree.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Madhuri Dixit Nene/Instagram

Want to do something fun and romantic? Take over the kitchen and cook with your partner!

Madhuri Dixit Nene and hubby Dr Sriram Nene dish out some delicious-looking pizza.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Evelyn Sharma/Instagram

Try gardening, like Evelyn Sharma.

Not only is it a calming exercise, but you will also be able to grow your own organic produce.

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