Mumbai, April 25 honing her green thumb amid the coronavirus lockdown, Bhumi Pednekar.
Amid the Covid-19 lock down the Actress, Bhumi Pednekar has been sharpening her skills to grow anything. On April 25 she took to her social media where she shared the picture of the yield she has grown at home. The list of her production includes fenugreek (methi), mustard (sarson), amaranth (choli), green chillies, brinjals and strawberries. As she shared the photographs of her homegrown crop she wrote: “After months of tender love & care, we present to you #PednekarKePed #homegrown #GharKiKheti #sustainablebleliving.”
At the beginning of this month, an announcement was made by the actress that she will make this lockdown time very useful in learning the science of hydroponics (soil-less) farming Sumitra Pednekar her mother.
“My mom and I always wanted to have a hydroponics garden of our own where we grow our vegetables and can have a fully sustainable lifestyle. We wanted to have a garden to table lifestyle at home and we both are happy with the progress,” she said. Bhumi concluded amid the lockdown she had tried to come closer to nature. “And it made me realise that we can become completely self-sustaining as a community and do our best for its preservation,” she said.
Bhumi Pednekar is an Indian actress. Earlier she had worked in Yash Raj films as an assistant casting director for six years. Her first debut was an overweighted bride in the company’s romantic comedy Dum Laga Ke Haisha in the year 2015 this made her won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. Then her later comedy-dramas was Toilet: Ek Prem Katha (2017), Shubh Mangal Saavdhan (2017), Bala (2019), and Pati Patni Aur Woh (2019). In Saand Ki Aankh a portrayal of the septuagenarian and sharpshooter Chandro Tomar (2019), she won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress.