COVID-19: Anil Kapoor to Rhea Chakraborty, Celebrity Home Workout Videos will Inspire You to Stay Fit
Videos of Bollywood actors like Anil Kapoor, Shilpa Shetty, Rakul Preet Singh and Rhea Chakraborty doing workout at home are fitness goals amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Anil Kapoor (L) and Rhea Chakraborty (R)
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the states in various parts of India shutting the doors of all gym establishments as well. As Bollywood celebrities are also staying indoors, they are making sure that they stay in shape.
A video of Rhea Chakraborty staying at home for workout is being liked and shared by many as it encourages one to sustain during the difficult times of the spreading coronavirus. It shows Rhea doing crunches with an easily available household item like flower pot. Not just Rhea, many celebrities in fact have advocated staying at home for workout and have themselves shared their fitness routines to inspire you. Check out some of them below:
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Some #quarantineworkout inspiration, to make #jantacurfew better ! Please try at home workouts , they really help me keep that dopamine kicking , here’s hoping #rhealitytraining inspires you #quaranshinechallenge @quaranshine Humanity thrives on hope and faith ! We are all in this together ! Stay at home , stay safe ! I’m keeping the faith , are you ? #JanataCurfew Let’s help the government help us ! Sending love and light in these times to all of you’ll
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