International Yoga Day 2022: Here's How B-Town Celebs Celebrated Yoga Day
Updated: June 21, 2022 14:02 IST
As we marked June 21 as International Day of Yoga (IDY) with the theme 'Yoga For Humanity', here's a look at how B-town celebs celebrated the occasion. Several celebs took to their social media and marked the day in their favourite asanas with a hope they can inspire their followers to adopt Yoga as part of their lifestyle.
Actor and Yogi Malaika Arora who is known for practising yoga for many years shared a small video with her followers and urged them to simply just start their healthy routine by practising Yoga. She said, 'For me, it's another day. For me, this is a way of life. However, all I ask you is #juststart. Happy international day of yoga.'
Actor Karisma Kapoor said that Yoga is like music for her. She shared a photo of herself doing one of the Yoga asanas and said, 'The Rhythm of the Body, The Melody of the Mind, The Harmony of the soul. Happy International Yoga Day !'
Actor Neha Dhupia shared a photo of herself doing Shirshasana on this International Yoga Day and said, 'I get it from my father. Happy International Yoga Day.'
Actor Anil Kapoor also shared snippets of himself doing different yoga asanas and said that everyone should do some form of yoga everyday. He added, 'Celebrating World Yoga Day! For a happy & healthy mind'
Actor Kareena Kapoor Khan shared an adorable picture of her son Jeh in one of the Yoga poses and said, 'Balance such an important word to life and Yoga. Happy international Yoga Day people.'
In a long note, Fashion designer-actress Masaba Gupta spoke of her love for yoga. She said, 'My time on the mat is sacred. And I've been trying to do this Asana for two years and here we are. Not even close to perfect but baby steps. The Bakasana (Crow or Crane Pose ) for me is a lesson in confidence and overcoming fear. Trusting your own strength, your core & arms and that you will not fall flat on your face. I love yoga for what it does not just to your body but also your mind. Happy International Yoga Day! What's the one asana you want to be able to do this year?'