Yesterday was international yoga day and everyone is promoting fitness on their level. Bollywood celebrities are known for their fit physique and they are also the major influencers of the society. Many of them shared their videos doing different yoga poses. Actress Adah Sharma, Shilpa Shetty, Twinkle Khanna, Kangana Ranaut and Disha Patani are few among them.
When the discussion is about fitness how can one expect the B-town girl known for her fitness and giving many hit item numbers 'Rakhi Sawant'. As everyone knows she is controversy queen. What grabbed attention was not her yoga posture but her red outfit which looked more like a swimwear. Although she looked very dedicated towards yoga.
Rakhi recently appeared in Rajeev Khandelwal's talk show where she revealed many unknown and interesting facts about her.
Shilpa Shetty who is a yoga lover too shared a video of herself with family. She also thanked PM of India for setting an example and wrote on Instagram "Dear Instafam, Pranayama: Prana means life (no life without breath), Ayama means practice/control. So when you practice control over breath you WILL have control over your LIFE and MIND. It not only cleanses 72000 nadis/channels, your mind and blood ,but that cleansing process translates into energy.. SHAKTI.. This power helps you positively manifest your AURA, RELATIONSHIPS,SELF-AWARENESS and GOALS."
And leaving the celebs behind Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is a fitness freak and prefers doing yoga. The latest trending fitness challenge started by Union Minister 'Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore' got much popularity and appreciation. Narendra Modi too took the challenge as a sport and posted a video clip where he can be seen doing yoga. He also performed many yogasanas in the presence of 50,000 volunteers.
On the international yoga day, Prime Minister of India Mr Narendra Modi has also requested on Twitter "I urge people around to world to embrace Yoga. I also request people to share the joys of Yoga with others by teaching Yoga, particularly to today’s youth. This way we can create a healthier planet."