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Actress Shilpa Shetty was in Jaipur for conducting a yoga session on 22nd and 23rd April. The actress made people of Jaipur to stretch, bend and focus at the yoga session at SMS Investment Ground on both days.

It can be difficult for anyone to make people ditch their beds early morning and come that far from their houses. But then, what would be a better way to start your day than by doing yoga with Shilpa Shetty as your guru/trainer. Jaipurites took the pain of ditching their beds on Saturday and Sunday to join Shilpa at the SMS Investment Ground. We bring you a few glimpses from the same yoga sessions in Jaipur.

"I owe my fitness to Yoga"

Addressing the Jaipur crowd gathered to do yoga in Jaipur, the actress shared, "I owe my good health and fitness to yoga". She was delighted to find a good gathering at the venue and especially to see several women who had come to attend her yoga session in Jaipur India. She also asked the female cops, who were there to manage the crowd, to join her in yoga.

Shilpa on sharing a relation with Jaipur

Shilpa says that she has a special connection with Jaipur. She has shot for a couple of her projects in Jaipur and also co-owned the Rajasthan Royals team in IPL and finds it always nice to visit the city. Shilpa is in love with the local Rajasthani food of Jaipur and also the famous Bandhani sarees that you get here. Preaching the idea of Swasth Raho, Mast Raho with yoga, the actress was in the city of Jaipur this weekend with husband Raj Kundra and son.

 


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