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Ananya Panday In Bathing Suit Says "Women's Day Every Day"

Here's how she stays fit.

Ananya Panday, star of Student of the Year 2 and Pati Patni Aur Woh, is celebrating International Women's Day. And she just posted an adorable and stunning polaroid on Instagram to honor it. In the photo, she and her friends are seen posing in the pool, having a great time. She captioned the photo, "Where there is a woman, there is magic. Grateful to be surrounded by so much magic. #WomensDayEveryday." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Ananya Panday stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She Listens To Her Body

Panday broke down her health and wellness secrets in an interview with Vogue. One of the questions she was asked was what self-love is to her. Panday says that she finds self-love by listening to her body, and taking care of it. "I am the happiest with my body when it's well-fed, well-rested and well-exercised. More than trying to hit a target body weight or size, I am looking more for happiness by simply being kind to my body. That's how you attain self-love—when you listen to your body and respect it, because it does so much for you. It's there for you more than anything else in the world."


She Eats An Immunity Based Diet


When it comes to her diet, Panday says that she likes to eat healthy. Specifically, she says that she likes to eat an immunity based diet. She tells Vogue, "In terms of my diet, I'm working more on the immunity side of things. So I'll start my day with an apple, beetroot, carrot juice and incorporate haldi, fruits and vitamin C throughout the rest of the day."


She Takes Care Of Her Skin

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Panday has gorgeous skin, and she makes sure to take care of it. She broke down her skincare routine to Vogue. "My mum emphasises the importance of sunscreen. Even if I'm sitting at home, she tells me to put it on. I use a normal face- wash and spray rose water onto my face at least twice or thrice a day. It energises me and wakes me up." Panday also believes that her diet can affect her face and skin, saying, "I also feel like what you eat shows on your face—your gut health radiates on the outside. Not just in terms of food but also in terms of positivity and kindness." 


She Loves Yoga

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When it comes to working out, Panday says that her favorite form of exercising is practicing yoga. And she likes to start early. "I swear by doing yoga first thing in the morning. I schedule things only once my workout is done," she told Vogue. Panday also says that doesn't just love yoga for the exercise, but also for the feeling she gets, and the benefits it has on her skin. "It brightens up my face and makes the happy hormones flow, which, in turn, gives a pinkish flush to my cheeks." Panday also likes to do different forms of yoga, and shared this photo series on Instagram of herself doing aerial yoga.


She Checks In With Herself

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Panday tells that she makes sure to have check-ins with herself as a way to practice self-love. She says that she makes herself a priority, and loves to make time for herself. "Growing up, I have learnt that you have to have conversations with yourself, love yourself and give back to your own body. You have to make time for yourself, and things that you love to do, completely detached from what someone else loves doing. You have to build on your own identity. I am very hard on myself. I am an overly critical person. I tend to overthink a lot. So, I try to tell myself that it is only human, and it's okay to make mistakes. I think that conversation, that self-check is very important!"

Anna Bechtel
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