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Radhika Madan in Bathing Suit Has Happy "Birthday"

She loves yoga.

Indian actress Radhika Madan is celebrating her birthday with her best friends in beautiful Goa, India. Madan, 28, shared pictures of herself swimming in a luxurious resort pool, wearing a red two-piece swimsuit. "Brought in my birthday with my soulmates♥️," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Madan 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!



Yoga and Cardio

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Madan went on a specific workout regimen to transform into a teenage student for movie Angrezi Medium. "I had to look like a 17-year-old college student so I couldn't gain muscle," she says. "I had to show some amount of baby fat. So, I could only do yoga and cardio to look lean."


Vegan Diet

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Madan also adapted a vegan diet for her role in Angrezi Medium. "I also decided to turn vegan, which I did and it really helped me get into the skin of the character," she says. "I had to follow a strict diet where I couldn't even eat an extra grape. It was all measured. Apart from that I was working out twice a day, but I feel the hard work has really paid off."


Quartz Roller

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Madan uses a quartz roller on her skin to help even skin tone and eliminate puffiness. She even has a hack to make the roller even more effective—making it cold.  "I refrigerate my quartz roller overnight to get rid of morning puffiness," she says.


Alone Time

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Madan loves alone time. "I love being by myself, I really enjoy my own company," she says. "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."


Realizing Priorities

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Madan says it took the pandemic lockdowns to make her appreciate what's important in life. "I have realized that we are running after things that are so temporary and fleeting — be it fame or money or anything like that," she says. "At the end of the day, whether it's the richest [or the poorest] person in the world, it has come down to washing our hands and keeping our immunity strong. I have realized where my priorities are, where do I want to keep it on, my health or being with my loved ones."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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