Bollywood actress Kalki Koechlin misses surfing. The actress made the confession with her Instagram photo posted Monday where she is seen surfing in a bright orange T-shirt paired with a black bikini bottom.
“March 2021. I miss that feeling,” he wrote as the title.
Actor Hrithik Roshan was amazed by Kalki’s surfing skills and wrote: “Great.”
Actress Sobhita Dhulipala shared that she wants to go surfing too.
“I’ve wanted to do this forever! Very good, ”Sobhita wrote.
Kalki will next be seen in “Goldfish,” also starring Neena Gupta and Rajit Kapur. The film is about Anamika (played by Kalki), who returns home with her estranged mother Sadhana (Neena Gupta) because of the onset of dementia.
In January, filming for the international project in the UK had to be postponed due to Covid-19.
After making waves with such films as “Margarita with a Straw,” “Yeh Jewani Hai Deewani” and “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara,” award-winning French-Indian actor Kalki Koechlin will make his writing debut with “The Elephant in the Womb.” , announced the publisher Penguin Random House India on the eve of International Mother’s Day on May 9.
In this unique graphic book, a combination of personal essays and food for thought, we finally have that heartfelt, fun, and relatable book on pregnancy and parenthood that moms, pregnant women, and anyone else thinking about. motherhood have been waiting.
Superbly illustrated by Ukrainian artist Valeriya Polyanychko, with deeply personal journal entries captured in real time, along with reflections and anecdotes, this is a groundbreaking book – it’s the mother load!
Commenting on the experience and inspiration, Kalki said, “As I struggled with my pregnancy and my new role as a mother, it was my friends who helped me. They shared their difficult moments and dark phases and how they got through it with laughter and contemplation, and that helped me more than those who only spoke of the glorious and blessed baby in their arms that brought light to their lives.
Illustrator Valeriya Polyanychko said: “We often take motherhood for granted and assume it is something that just happens. Kalki’s book uses quick wit and a sense of humor to lead the reader down the long and winding road of parenthood. Kalki’s emotional journey not only resonated deeply with me, illustrating this book has also been one of the most profound and enriching experiences I have ever had. “
Flamboyant and compassionate, with thunderously funny art and riveting honesty, “The Elephant in the Womb” blends the deeply private with the wildly political. It’s a revelation for anyone who has ever thought that pregnancy was about radiance and that motherhood was about satisfaction. From fixing broken parts to enduring inopportune farts, Koechlin’s nuanced prose tells us the naked truth about physiological discomfort and manic expectations that make it a bittersweet experience.
Speaking about the book she commissioned, Manasi Subramaniam, Executive Editor and Director of Literary Rights, Penguin Press, Penguin Random House India, said: “Kalki Koechlin’s book is about the mother of all problems: the fact that parenthood is as exhausting as it is satisfying, as exhausting as it is inspiring, and as frustrating as it is joyous. We romanticize motherhood in popular culture, and I am very happy that Kalki has opened the curtain on what is essentially physical and emotional labor for much of the female population. “
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