Say nuffin, says Mouni Roy
Mouni roy has been diligent enough to participate in all activities related to the emergency shutdown - be it government or Bollywood related. However, she has a piece of advice for some. " If you have nuffin 'good to say don't say nuffin' at all ... the world doesn't need any more of that! ," read the caption of her latest selfie. Guess, this is a potshot at those who continue to crib during the emergency shutdown .
Meanwhile, the actress has renewed interest in her favorite childhood activity, and that is painting. He put up photos of a series of paintings centered on Lord Shiva. She wrote: The joy of going back to something you loved to do as a child, unmatched! The lord drawing used to come home every Sunday and used to be a 3 hour class, sometimes alone, sometimes with other students and friends, depending on how that particular week was to be done ... At Cooch Behar we didn't have much , in every way, especially not much to entertain us, so we danced and played outdoors picking up fallen branches and building wooden houses with mud, I painted and made pottery and made puppets and in half a day at school I went to the classroom. Durga Protima makers just across from Baba's office and sat looking at our hands and made little murtis. Basically very primitive and very HAPPY! basic, okay? @anusoru thanks for asking me to paint after almost a decade, I felt very good; the one in the middle Shiv ji meditating in the jungle, it's time for me now, TATA.
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Name: Mouni roy City: Mumbai Mere aur mere parivar ki taraf se Police, Doctors, nurses, other medical staffs, Nagar nigam ke workers, NGOs, Volunteers, Government officials, Teachers for distance learning, safaai karmachaaris, vendors, building guards ko Dil se ANEK ANEK DHANYAVAD❤️🙏 Thank you @akshaykumar sir for starting the chain xx
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🌸SHIVOHAM SHIVASWAROOPOHAM🌸 • • • Well, you're ready. The joy of returning to something you loved to do as a child, without equal! Drawing sir I used to come home every Sunday and it used to be a 3 hour class, sometimes alone, sometimes with other students and friends depending on how it was supposed to be done that particular week ... At Cooch Behar we didn't have much , in every way, especially not much to entertain us, so we danced and played outside picking up fallen branches making muddy wooden houses, painting and making pottery and making puppets and in half a day at school we went to the Durga makers' lounge Protima Right in front of Baba's office and sitting down we observed that they brushed our hands and made small murtis. Basically very primitive and very happy! Going back to basics, okay? @anusoru thanks for asking me to paint after almost a decade, I felt very good; the one in the middle Shiv ji meditating in the jungle, it's time for mine now, TATA🙋🏻♀️