India is still going through the lockdown, which first started in mid-March as the Coronavirus outbreak spread to India. While things haven't been the same for everyone around the country, it is the same for Kriti Sanon. The actress has been spending the quarantine with her family in Mumbai and has lost track of time, says "feels like time is just passing by."
A report in Hindustan Times quoted the actress as saying that while the first month in isolation was chill, its different in the 5th lockdown. Kriti said, "There hasn't been anything new as such but what option do we have? It feels like time is just passing by. At times, I don't even realise which day or date it is (laughs)."
Kriti Sanon On Returning To Work
Before the lockdown began in mid-march, Kriti was shooting for her upcoming film titled Mimi. Talking about work she revealed, "For the first month or so, I was really chilling. But honestly, I now miss being on the sets and going through my ‘normal, daily' routine." Mimi will show Kriti play a surrogate mother, and the film is all set to reunite her with Luka Chuppi director, Laxman Utekar.
Kriti Reunited With Luka Chuppi Director, Laxman Utekar For Mimi
Kriti believes in keeping a positive mind and thinks that the lockdown brought some good to Mumbai too, "Surely, lockdown brought along tonnes of problems and difficulties for many people, but in hindsight, I feel even a busy city like Mumbai has been much calmer. You could see a clearer sky, and even hear birds chirping. That way, it has been great. Whenever I start working again, I guess I will value that a lot, and also enjoy it much more."
Kriti Sanon Upcoming Films
According to reports, it is possible that the filmmaker association will soon give a green light for filming and production to continue for projects which had been kept hold for the past couple of months. After Mimi's post-production, Kriti will soon begin work on other projects like Akshay Kumar-starrer Bachchan Pandey, followed by a yet-untitled film with Rajkummar Rao, Dimple Kapadia and Paresh Rawal.