Bollywood actress Bhumi Pednekar poses for the media during an event.
Bhumi Pednekar says she has loved being by herself and has focussed on things that make her happy amid the pandemic.
"One thing that I have learnt about myself is that I love isolation. I have loved being by myself. I saw a lot of people complaining that they are bored at home or that they cannot go out. I am an extrovert, I am a very social person but this quarantine has led me to realise that I do prefer my isolation over meeting people because I haven't really been in touch with people," Bhumi said.
She added: "I have kind of been catching up on reading, not seen much television but started watching shows. I have spent a lot of time with my mom, and honestly there were days when I did nothing."
Bhumi says self-love is key to happiness and she has prioritised herself in this lockdown.
"I have kind of prioritised what I feel is important in life. I have re-educated myself. But the biggest learning has been that I love being alone.
And maybe I have kind of enjoyed this state because as actors you are constantly surrounded by people whether you are promoting or shooting a film."
She said that her immediate entourage is also a team of quite a few people. "You are constantly over the phone, you are constantly over social media," she added.
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