Skip to content

Sumona Chakravarti In Workout Gear Has "Experience of a Lifetime"

She’s a stunt person now.

Indian actress Sumona Chakravarti tried doing real stunt work, and loved it. Chakravarti, 36, shared pictures of herself wearing purple leggings and a yellow shirt, wearing a helmet, knee pads, and elbow pads. "An experience of a lifetime! In retrospect,  I'm really wondering how did I do all those stunts… ! It has been an ultimate litmus test for my mind & body. Before every stunt the anxiety levels would go through the roof. My challenge through the entire season was whether I'll be able to execute the stunt or not… like Rohit sir would always say – haar jeet lagi rehti hai, par har stunt ko complete karna with utmost grace & integrity is important. The fight was never with the other contestants but with myself; always. To push the boundaries each time, unlocking every barrier possible in my mind & body," she captioned the post. Here's how Chakravarti stays fit, happy and strong.


Simple Skincare

Chakravarti follows a simple skincare routine. "My regimen involves basic cleansing, toning and moisturizing twice a day without fail," she told TinselGupshup. "I have been following this regimen since I was 16. I have to admit that I am blessed with good skin so I wear very light and minimal makeup. Having said that, I am very particular about the quality of my makeup, good quality is an absolute must."


Home-Cooked Food


Chakravarti eats home-cooked food as much as possible and avoids eating out. "When you prepare your own meals, you have more control over the ingredients," according to HelpGuide. "By cooking for yourself, you can ensure that you and your family eat fresh, wholesome meals. This can help you to look and feel healthier, boost your energy, stabilize your weight and mood, and improve your sleep and resilience to stress. It can also help you to save money."


She's a Yogi

Chakravarti swears by regular yoga sessions for her health and wellness. "Regular yoga practice may reduce levels of stress and body-wide inflammation, contributing to healthier hearts," says Johns Hopkins Health. "Several of the factors contributing to heart disease, including high blood pressure and excess weight, can also be addressed through yoga."


Swimming Sessions

Chakravarti swims four times a week. "For people with fibromyalgia, swimming can decrease anxiety, and exercise therapy in warm water can decrease depression and improve mood," says the CDC. "Water-based exercise can benefit older adults by improving their quality of life and decreasing disability. It can also improve or help maintain the bone health of post-menopausal women."


Hiking In Nature

Chakravarti loves to go hiking with her friends and family. "Walking is one of the lowest impact sports around," says the American Hiking Society. "This means that while you derive all the cardiovascular benefits of other aerobic activities, you do so with a minimum of stress, strain and pounding to your body."

Filed Under