As the lockdown continues, we see the actress Sonakshi Sinha learning a lot from the current crisis that has kept her confined inside her home. The diva has been missing her friends and going to her workplace. However, she also feels that it’s okay to stay at home as it helps in stopping the spread of the virus. She even felt that she is fortunate enough to be at home during this time and claims that the crisis has helped her learn that one should take things for granted.
While talking about the same she said she misses her friends but it is not an issue as she knows that the lockdown is meant for good and is stopping the spread of the virus. She said she has been coping with the lockdown phase. While talking about the challenging thing she faced during the lockdown, she said nothing but she is fortunate enough to stay at home with her family around and has concerns for people and families who fail to feed themselves. She added that her heart goes for such families and wants to help her.
The actress might be away from work but has helped her reconnect with a number of other things including painting and artwork. She was seen putting them on auction to raise money for helping the helpless. She said that she wanted to help people in distress hence decided to get reconnected to the artwork. Talking about her work, Sonakshi Sinha is the part of Ajay Devgn film “Bhuj: The Pride of India”. The film also has Sanjay Dutt, Sharad Kelkar, Ammy Virk and Pranitha Subhash in the pivotal roles.