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Jaan Hai TohJahaan Hai say &TV artists on World Health Day

Sedentary lifestyle has become the new normal in midst of the on-going pandemic. With numerous pitfalls of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has become important to adapt to the newer and healthier


approaches to lifestyle and focus on physical and mental well-being that dominated social media discussions since last year. To overcome hurdles that stand in the way of a healthy and fairer way of life, &TV artists Ramesh Prasad Mishra (Ambrish Bobby), Shanti Mishra (Farhana Fatema), Zafar Ali Mirza (Pawan Singh) and Sakina Mirza (Akansha Sharma) of ‘Aur Bhai Kya ChalRaha Hai?’, Rajesh Singh (Kamna Pathak) of ‘Happu Ki Ultan Paltan’ and Santoshi Maa (Gracy Singh) of ‘Santoshi Maa SunayeVratKathayein’ share their tips and tricks to maintain a healthy lifestyle this World Health Day. Ambrish Bobby aka Ramesh Prasad Mishra shares, “I am not one for body building but, I am in support of building a healthier future! This World Health Day I urge everyone to take a step towards a better lifestyle and a healthy future. Step out of your comfort zones and dedicate your early mornings to exercising.” Farhana Fatema aka Shanti Mishra shares, “It is true that with the pandemic at hand, we have neglected our own health. For me the best way to stay fit and fine is my passion for dancing. Naachgaanemein hi ho jaatihaikasrat! When it comes to health, there should be no compromises.” Pawan Singh aka Zafar Ali Mirza shares, “My health not only affects me but my family as well. And if not for me, I stay in good shape and form for them. My wife keeps a check on my calorie intake and makes sure I exercise daily. Get yourself a fitness buddy this World Health Day and never skip a day of fun and fitness.” AkanshaSharma aka Sakina Mirza shares, “Pre-Covid, my friends and I would get together twice a week and groove to Bollywood tunes. It was a great way of mingling with friends and staying at the top of your health. Friends play an important part in keeping your mental health in check as well. We soon switched to zoom dance parties to continue the beautiful tradition.” Kamna Pathak aka Rajesh Singh shares, “Wellness of the body starts from the inside. Maintaining a strict diet that allows you cheat days on special occasions is a must. Life is too short to spend worrying about ailments and diseases. As it is we are facing a pandemic that has taken a toll on our bodies. Nourish yourselves with nutrition and love.” Gracy Singh aka Santoshi Maa shares, “World Health Day is a subtle and much needed reminder to everyone. For me meditation and yoga keeps me physically and mentally fit. The calming soothing effect that one hour of daily meditation has on me beats any spa!”

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