As we saw Malaika Arora making news in the media for sharing some of her Yoga poses on her Instagram page, she is back in the news for getting quarantined. As per reports, BMC was seen sealing her building as they have found few cases for the virus. The BMC officials were informed about the presence of a few cases in the building with few social media messages getting viral on the web. This made them act on time putting the building under scanner and finally sealing the same.
As per reports, an Instagram handle called bollywood.scuttlebutt was seen sharing the post claiming that her building seems to be in chaos with few cases for COCID 19 virus. The message stated that the virus is not leaving anyone – right from the Bollywood to Hollywood celebs, and the politicians, everyone seems to be its victim. Soon when the BMC officials came to know about this message, they acted on time sealing the building.
While Malaika is not the first one to see her building getting locked in this tough time, earlier, the Uri: The Surgical Strike actor Vicky Kaushal’s building was also sealed when few cases for the COVID 19 virus came out in the media. While Malaika Arora is busy sharing her Yoga poses on Instagram as we see the International Yoga Day coming close. Her fans loved her jaw dropping yoga asanas. Check it out at her Instagram page as under:
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Hey everyone. I know you’ve been wondering where I had disappeared but I think we all needed some time to ourselves. Locked down at home has made us closer to ourselves, physically and mentally. But I think a lot of us have embraced it and adjusted our lives around this ‘new normal’ and a lot of you have been asking me what I’m doing at home, how I’m staying regular at my workouts. So here I am, back at it and back for you, with #malaikasmoveoftheweek So all of you who’ve been spending Monday’s wondering what to do, its time to stretch out those muscles! Remember to tag @sarvayogastudios & me when you do the pose. This week’s move is Halasana and here’s how you can do it: 1. Lie on your back with your palms facing the ground 2. Take a deep breathe in and with that exhale, press your palms into the floor and raise your legs towards the ceiling 3. For added support you can place your hands on your lower back 4. You can also bend your knees if you’re losing balance 5. Slowly & gradually, try touching your feet to the ground behind 6. Breathe slowly. To come out of the post, slowly release your hands from your back and bring your feet flat on the ground Halasana is known to calm you sympathetic nervous system and flush out toxins – from your body and your mind. Now let’s see some beautiful pictures rolling in and get the week started! #malaikasmoveoftheweek #mylifemyyoga #internationalyogaday #sarvayoga #yogaplusmondays #mondaymotivation #fitindiamovement