SEARCH

Metroplus » Fitness

Updated: June 11, 2014 18:53 IST

Off the beaten path

AVINASH PRABHAKAR
Comment   ·   print   ·   T  T  
Swara is not a regular visitor to the gym, but is conscious about what she eats. File Photo
The Hindu
Swara is not a regular visitor to the gym, but is conscious about what she eats. File Photo

Actor Swara Bhaskar attributes her fitness to proper eating and regular yoga

“Fitness is a state of mind. A trend has emerged to shape the body for a particular character like the athlete we saw in Bhag Milkha Bhaag in Bollywood nowadays,” said Raanjhanaa fame Swara Bhaskar.

Talking about her fitness, she said, “Thank God I have got a lean body.”

She was recently in the Capital to promote her film Machhali Jal ki Rani Hai. It is a paranormal thriller in which she is playing the lead, a happily married woman. The life of the couple changes suddenly when they get involved in a major road accident.

Not a regular visitor to the gym, Swara is conscious about what she eats.

“We should be conscious of our intake as it tells on our physique,” she said. In spite of her busy schedule, she manages to practice yoga which she believes is a perfect way to be mentally calm and fit.

“Yoga is a way to attain perfect mental fitness which gives strength to face the hurdles of life,” said Swara.

Talking about her character in Machhali Jal ki Rani Hai she said, “I have taken this character, because I found a connection with it. I believe in paranormal activity. It has a universal appeal as the title of the film is common and everyone must have read the poem during their childhood.”

As she is for the first time playing a role in a horror movie, she asserted, “One should go beyond one’s comfort zone and portray a character different from usual. This gives an added dimension to one’s career.”

Please Wait while comments are loading...
This article is closed for comments.
Please Email the Editor

Counter the excuses in your mind and start your day with an amazing feeling »


O
P
E
N

close

Recent Article in Fitness

Why run long-distance?

“You actually run 42 km? Non-stop? But, why?” Many long-distance runners have been asked this question by friends and family. For most p... »