The Coronavirus quarantine has confined everyone to their houses to the extent that even a quick grocery run to the market or taking out the trash is being looked forward to as an excuse to get a glimpse of the outside world. Bollywood celebrities seem to have caught a case of cabin fever too. To satiate their wanderlust, at least temporarily, they are throwing back to their previous getaways and using their time to plan what's ahead.
Tara Sutaria shared a picture of herself soaking in the sea wearing a black swimsuit for a shoot and captioned it as 'where I want to be.' We say, now who wouldn't!
Sonakshi Sinha celebrated her following hitting the 19 million mark with a throwback video of herself daringly diving into the sea. She calls it 'what i would like to do once all this is over!' That sounds like a good plan to us.
It isn't surprising to see these Bollywood actresses longing for blue seas, lapping waves and sandy shores. The home lockdown has everyone feeling cooped up and especially these 2, because of the water babies they have proven to be in the past.
A previous shoot of Sutaria's took her to the Maldives where she posed in a stunning black swimsuit and oversized hat with nature painting an exquisite sunset as her background.
Another shot from the trip saw her on the back of a water scooter in a glam yellow tulle dress accessorised with a red life jacket.
Sonakshi isn't far behind either. Her Maldivian adventure last year saw her taking in the scenery while she waited for the rain clouds to pass.
Or how she found the prime position on the boat to spot every kind of blue nature has to offer.
We can't miss how she revelled in the skies and waves with a backseat on the shore.
Summer time deserves beach days, even if they are throwbacks until we meet them again.Comments
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