Bollywood actress Patralekhaa, like many of us, has been missing the good old times during the current lockdown. The actress dived into nostalgia and relived her holidays with a throwback Thursday picture on her Instagram account.
"#Throwbackthursday I miss the sea.. Always been a water baby a true #pisceangirl," she captioned the click.
Wearing a pearl white bikini, Patralekhaa can be seen sitting atop a stone as waves crash against her. The masterful picture has been taken from a gap in between rocks and features the blue sea in the background.
Informing her Insta fam that she is truly a "water baby", Patralekhaa wrote that the picture was captured by Rajkummar Rao, her boyfriend. Rao wasn't far behind in complimenting the picture. He wrote, "And I was wondering, how come it's feeling so HOT today. Now I know,” followed by fire and red heart emoticons.
Patralekhaa has also spoken up about the animals suffering in captivity. The actress, who is a pet parent, recently shared the plight of several animals which stay in isolation their whole lives.
“As humans, we tend to lack empathy for others until we’ve experienced their situation ourselves. But now that we’ve felt the suffering of captivity, let’s extend empathy toward the other living beings that we share this planet with,” she wrote.
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#Repost @ourplanetdaily with @get_repost ・・・ So, you’re tired of isolation? As COVID-19 has forced the world to quarantine, we’ve all felt the effects of isolation — depression, anxiety, loneliness. Animals experience these same emotions. As humans, we tend to lack empathy for others until we’ve experienced their situation ourselves. But now that we’ve felt the suffering of captivity, let’s extend empathy toward the other living beings that we share this planet with. Millions of animals have been isolated their entire lives. In isolation, these animals exhibit concerning behaviors including self-harm. Mental health is not a uniquely human trait. This is not normal. So, you’re tired of isolation? These animals have been isolated their entire lives. No living being should live in captivity. We are guests of this planet, not masters. @earth
Another picture posted during her lockdown days featured the actress at a time before the “world was shaken n locked down by the virus (sic)”.
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