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''I am cooking and washing dishes constantly'

By SUBHASH K JHA
April 22, 2020 16:51 IST
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Photograph: Kind courtesy Sunny Leone/Instagram

Sunny Leone has her hands full during the lockdown.

"The lockdown is definitely not easy," she tells Subhash K Jha. "But it is absolutely necessary to keep everyone safe. All of us need to continue doing our best to combat the virus."

"Staying indoors is definitely a good option. Staying indoors has slowed down this crazy virus. Hopefully, we'll find medication that starts working."

 

How has she been spending her time?

"Spending my time... it is more like time is spending me," she says with a laugh.

"With three children and all the cooking, cleaning and home care, I am left with no time for anything else."

"Nisha's online schooling has started, so I am working with her on that. We do arts, craft, schoolwork... all of it."

"I am cooking and washing dishes constantly. Then all the children and I go swimming on the terrace. So no respite for me," she says.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sunny Leone/Instagram

Does she find time for herself?

"I do find small amounts of time for things I want to do, like painting," she replies. "Luckily, there is very little work happening outside home. Some digital work only, so not much."

Sunny is staying fit at home.

"I am able to work out at home. I am happy to say I've some fine workout equipment at home, which is very handy in this situation. I don't need to go to the gym to stay fit. All the housework and my home gym equipment keep me fit," she says.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sunny Leone/Instagram

Is Sunny sleeping and eating more than before?

No. Maybe I'm eating a little bit more, but healthier food because no outside food is coming into the house. This is a good opportunity for de-toxification. I wish I was eating a little more."

Any advice for her fans?

"Please follow the guidelines that have been set by the government. That's important for everyone's safety."

"Stay indoors. Pick up a new hobby. Learn to play a musical instrument. Read more, learn new activities online. Working out from home by watching videos online."

"We have to keep our minds from staying idle. Keep doing something constantly. Use this lockdown as an opportunity to broaden your mind's horizons and cleanse your souls."

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