- Genelia D'Souza shared an adorable Reel on Instagram
- Genelia's video appears to be from a make-up session
- "Love the life you lead," she captioned it
Actress Genelia D'Souza is a bundle of positivity and she makes sure to spread the cheer around on her social media accounts. With cute photos and entertaining videos, Genelia keeps fans hooked to her Instagram timeline. Most recently, the actress shared a Reels that could very well be a summation of what adulting feels like. In the clip shared on Tuesday, the actress is seen lip-syncing to some funny lines as she gets her makeup done. Sitting in the green room with the makeup artist applying blush on her face, Genelia mouths the lines, “Are we supposed to know what we are doing?” In response, the makeup artist shakes her head to say "no". “No? Great. Just checking,” Genelia continues.
In the caption, the actress wrote, “You don't need to know everything, every time…It's just ok not to. Love the life you lead.” Fans could not get enough of how adorable Genelia looked in the video and also thanked her for the lovely, reassuring caption.
Watch the video here:
This clip comes close on the heels of another fun Reels that she shared on the platform. In the video, she is seen mouthing some fun Hindi lines. It begins with a male voice saying, “Ek baat batao. Na tum sundar ho, na tum hot ho, phir itna saara attitude lati kaha se ho? (Tell me this. Neither are you beautiful, nor are you hot. Then where do you get all this attitude from?)”
To this, Genelia lip-syncs to the lines, “Yeh unse puchiye jo hamare sapne dekhte hai (Ask this to those who dream of me).”
The video is accompanied by the caption: “99 per cent naughty…1 per cent angel…”
See the clip here:
Previously, the actress shared a video to express just how happy she was to be back on set after the pandemic-induced lockdown. She wrote, “When a shooting happens after forever and the girl gang is back...” In the video, she is seen dancing with her team in the green room.
Genelia rose to fame with her work in films such as Bommarillu, Boys, Santosh Subramaniam and Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na.