UC News

[VIDEO] Tamannaah Bhatia stresses on the 'art of falling' before perfecting a headstand

[VIDEO] Tamannaah Bhatia stresses on the 'art of falling' before perfecting a headstand

Being in the glamour world requires a lot of hard work and dedication. One has to keep a check on what they are eating and how much they working out. From maintaining a perfect toned body to being mentally stable, these are a few requirements of being in the film industry as well. We have seen celebs sweating it out in the gym but as everything is closed now due to the lockdown, they can't use this as an excuse and hence are practicing any form of workout at home. South star Tamannaah Bhatia is also perfecting her yoga skills during the lockdown.

Tamannaah's Insta feed, during the lockdown, is all about family love and working out. In her recent post, she can be seen perfecting a headstand and along with that she emphasised on the 'art of falling'. In the video, her trainer can be seen helping the actress to do a perfect headstand. But, by the time her trainer turns to pick her phone, Tamannaah starts to fall and her trainer also tells her that it's ok to fall!

Sharing the video of the same, Tamannaah wrote, "I present to you the ‘Art of falling'. Cannot stress enough upon the importance of falling and failing way before you get it right. One of many attempts of falling accurately before I could rise and do a perfect headstand. (Do not practice this without a trainer)."

Check out the video of Tamannaah doing a headstand:

Tamannaah has been quite active on social media ever since the lockdown has been announced and a few days back, she was seen asking her fans to play a game with her as she was bored sitting at home. Apart from that, the actress is also sharing some stunning pictures of herself and the are unmissable.

Check out a few:

Beach in my Backyard

A post shared by Tamannaah Bhatia (@tamannaahspeaks) on

On the work front, Tamannaah has several projects lined up including Seetimaarr, Bole Chudiyan and This Is Mahalakshmi.

Open UCNews to Read More Articles