- Malaika wrote, ‘I was saved because of yoga’
- “My brain started playing games with me,” she wrote
- “I will never call myself bullet proof,” she said.
Before World Mental Health Day, Malaika Arora shared a post on her Instagram profile, in which she asked her Instafam to share their stories. The actress wrote about how yoga helped her “survive” and wrote in her note: “Tomorrow, October 10th is World Mental Health Day. Here’s a small confession. I thought I was bulletproof until it hit me.” Didn’t hit that I wasn’t emotion proof. My mind started playing games with me whose rules I didn’t know. I survived because of yoga.” The 47-year-old star wrote about her “breaking point” and said, “My The breaking point came one day when I was in my first few yoga classes and my tears couldn’t stop. I was saved from my inner storm. I would never call myself bullet proof because neither of us are. I would call myself on the way to make a constant effort to become stable and healthy mentally, physically and emotionally. This is my whole story. Write us with your story because ‘we’re listening’.”
Read Malaika Arora’s post here:
In terms of work, Malaika Arora was last seen as a judge in a dance reality show India’s Best Dancer, with choreographers Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapoor. She currently serves as a judge India’s Next Top Model With Milind Soman and Anusha Dandekar. Malaika Arora is best known for her dance performances on popular tracks like Chaiyya Chaiyya, Munni infamous, Anarkali went to disco And Hello Hello among many others.