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Shalini Pandey in Bathing Suit Says "Say What?"

Here’s how she stays in shape. 

Actress Shalini Pandey is having a pool day. And she is looking amazing while doing so. Pandey posted a new series of photos on Instagram of herself on the dock of the pool. She wore a polka dot one piece, looking gorgeous. She captioned the post, "Say what? Polka dot!"


Read on to see 5 ways Shalini Pandey 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 Dances


Pandey starred in a film that required her to learn choreography. She tells Urban Asian that all this dancing helped her get in shape. "For this particular weight loss, I got on a meal plan and luckily I was doing a film. Which required immense amount of dance rehearsals that added to my weight loss. So, there is nothing specific that I did to shed my weight but I feel the meal plan worked really well. I was dancing for around four hours daily and that's a lot of cardio which helped me a lot."


She's Confident

Pandey says that she is confident in herself and with her body. "I have always been confident of my physique," she told Urban Asian. "I never really paid attention to what people were saying about it. I loved whichever phase. I was in physically and never really put pressure on myself to be a certain body type."


She Grew Up Athletic

Pandey tells Urban Asian that she grew up playing a lot of sports, which has helped her stay in shape now. "I was always into sports. I started swimming since the 5th standard. I was into a lot of sports actually like badminton and volleyball and others. I was quite an outdoor kind of a kid. So yes, I have been a fitness freak since ever."


She Swims/slidetitle]

Pandey loves to go swimming. And she always brings a buddy with her. She posted this reel on Instagram of herself and her dog in the pool together. Pandey captioned the reel, "That's my girl."

[slidetitle num="5"]She Has A Dog

Pandey has an adorable golden retriever, who is featured on her Instagram. Having a dog has a lot of benefits. According to Harvard Health, "Owning a dog can prompt you to be more physically active — have leash, will walk. Just petting a dog can reduce the petter's blood pressure and heart rate (while having a positive effect on the dog as well)."


Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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