Tahira Kashyap Did This Before Being "Locked Up" Inside Her House

Maharashtra is once again under strict lockdown

Tahira Kashyap Did This Before Being 'Locked Up' Inside Her House

Tahira Kashyap posted these videos. (Image courtesy: @tahirakashyap)

Highlights

  • Tahira Kashyap posted a series of clips on her Instagram handle
  • Tahira talked about finishing her work a day before the lockdown
  • She recorded these clips inside her car
New Delhi:

People in Maharashtra are back to square one as the government has imposed strict lockdown from April 15 to April 30. Naturally, this has led everyone, including Tahira Kashyap, to store necessary things beforehand. Actor Ayushmann Khurrana's wife went around the maximum city to get work done a day before the lockdown. The writer-director shared a series of short videos on Instagram stories to show fans how she is preparing for the 15-day indoor stay. We can see Tahira in the car wearing a mask and sunglasses. The 38-year-old also joked that she was sticking out her tongue inside the mask. Well, we could all borrow some humour from Tahira to stay sane amid the pandemic.

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Screenshot of Tahira Kashyap's Instagram story

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Screenshot of Tahira Kashyap's Instagram story

It's not just Tahira. For instance, see how Malaika Arora is spending time amid the restrictions in the city. Many could relate to her as she got dolled up to just "work from home." The fitness diva wore a crisp yellow shirt paired with blue denims and matching accessories. But the caption has stern reminders as #wfh #stayhome #maskup.

Taapsee Pannu is also making the most of the free time. The Pink star shared clips revealing how her sisters indulged in a karaoke afternoon. The social media posts show them crooning some of the tracks from the 90s.

Don't be surprised if more stars come up with innovative acts soon as shooting for films, TV shows and ads have been banned till the month-end. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has imposed Section 144 in the state for the next 15 days. After witnessing the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the past few weeks, the authorities decided to halt all the non-essential services to break the chain.