The Angrezi Medium actor says at the end of the day, whether it’s the richest person in the world or someone else, it has come down to washing our hands and keeping our immunity strong.
Amid Covid-19 pandemic, this forced social distancing and self-isolation has led many to slow down and take a minute to pause and reflect about life in general. Cooped up in her Mumbai apartment, far away from her parents in Delhi, actor Radhika Madan, too, is using this time to introspect.
She tells us, "The biggest learning so far for me has been realising the value of little and basic things, such as food. I feel so fortunate that I get to eat food every day, at a time where so many are going hungry. I have understood the value of my family and the value of my closed ones.
"I love being by myself, I really enjoy my own company. I am learning something new everyday, be it learning piano or enrolling myself for online courses, reading, writing or doing yoga. The only thing getting hampered is stepping out of the house," she gushes.
While there are no film shoots happening, Madan is keeping herself busy with work. "I wrapped up Shiddat before the lockdown., but in terms of my work not a lot has been hampered. I am doing narrations, reading scripts, at home right now," she ends.