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New Delhi: No househelp and no choice to step out have made many really feel like being locked up within the “Bigg Boss” house. But former “Bigg Boss” contestant Hina Khan says that collaborating within the actuality present and experiencing the continued COVID-19 lockdown don’t have anything in widespread.

The actuality present, an Indian model of worldwide collection “Celebrity Big Brother”, options celebrities locked inside a house for months beneath fixed digicam surveillance, with none devices or luxurious.

“The ‘Bigg Boss’ house and this quarantine phase are poles apart in regards to any kind of a comparison. There is no tactic I am using right now,” Hina instructed IANS.

Unlike the present the place the contestants need to be away from their family members, Hina resides together with her household in Mumbai proper now and is feeling lucky.

“I am so happy to have them by my side during these tough times,” stated the “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai” actress.

Like others, she can also be doing family chores and protecting herself entertained with partaking content material on-line.

“From cooking to cleaning to working out to watching stuff online, I have been diverting my mind with things that are positive and productive. Right now it’s best doing what you like doing more than anything else, to deal with the home quarantine phase in a better way,” she stated.

The lockdown, which has been imposed since March, has been a studying expertise for her.

“The art of patience is the biggest thing I have learnt from the lockdown. Keeping calm, composed and patiently passing through each day is what I am now getting much better at,” she shared.

She doesn’t have large plans after the lockdown will get over.

“I feel that even when the lockdown is over, getting back to the normal way of life like it was before this whole scenario began, is honestly going to take a lot of time. So even if there are things I want to do, it’s all going to be done with keeping necessary precautions in mind first,” she stated.

While there may be nonetheless time for the lockdown to be lifted, viewers can get pleasure from her lately launched quick movie titled “Smartphone”.

“The short film has a great message. One is about never underestimating anybody else’s abilities and there is a strong sense of women empowerment as well, so content-wise it is quite good. And right now I feel that good, meaningful and interesting content is what people need to be given to watch, to help divert their minds from the stressful situation that we are all facing at the moment,” stated Hina.

She performs a rural lady within the quick movie.

“It was a challenging role with lots of nuances to keep in mind. From the desi accent to the language, dressing style and even personality traits of the character, I had to ensure that every small detail was perfect! And challenges like these in my work space are what I actually look forward to and enjoy working on, so this definitely is one of those amazingly challenging projects,” she stated.