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Sameera Reddy's Kids Showing What Goes on Boring Zoom Calls is All You Need to Watch Today

Sameera Reddy / Instagram.

Sameera Reddy / Instagram.

Sameera Reddy who runs a candid and fun Instagram handle, posted a video on Wednesday that featured her two kids – son Hans Varde and daughter Nyra Varde.

We all know too well how concentrating on mundane Zoom calls can be, and expressing that feeling in a video are actress Sameera Reddy’s children in a recent Instagram post. The 42-year-old actress, who runs a candid and fun Instagram handle, posted a video on Wednesday that featured her two kids – son Hans Varde and daughter Nyra Varde. In the video, Hans was seen reading a book to his younger sister Nyra, and although the story might seem interesting, Nyra did get distracted in the middle and looked into the camera showing off some dance moves. However, after her mini dance session, Nyra did get back to looking into the book Hans was reading to her.

For Sameera, this incident represented how most of the Zoom calls affect us. Replace the book Hans was reading to Nyra with your laptop or smartphone screens and you would see a reflection of yourself getting distracted for a few minutes from the virtual meeting. Sameera captioned the video and wrote that we all have drifted off on that zoom call.

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The video has garnered over 69.4k likes as followers and fellow celebrities share their reaction in the comments section. Sameera’s mother-in-law Manjri Varde praised her little granddaughter and wrote, “The Dancing Princess.” Chef Pooja Dhingra left heart-eyed emojis on the post. Author and producer Tahira Kashyap commented with a red heart emoji, while one follower commented how Nyra completely represented their childhood in school. One user wrote, “Hahahahahhahaha that was me in school.” Another fan commented, “So relatable.”

Sameera’s latest Instagram post shows Nyra and Hans sharing a well baked Bun Maska, however, little Nyra repeatedly calls it Batata, which means potato. Hans is repeatedly seen correcting his younger sister and tells her that they are eating bun maska, however, it seems Nyra is quite adamant in calling the bread as batata with her adorable smile. Sameera captioned the video and wrote, “Tag that person you will Share a Bun Maska with or Batata.”