Mohanlal to Andrea, south celebs bat for yoga big time on International Yoga Day

Mohanlal and Mamta Mohandas practice Yoga. Photo: Instagram

Several actors and actresses from all four south Indian film industries joined scores of yoga enthusiasts across the country and the world in celebrating International Yoga Day on Tuesday.

Malayalam superstar Mohanlal too posted a picture of him doing yoga on Instagram on the occasion of the International Yoga Day.

Mollywood stars Mamta Mohandas, Aishwarya Lekshmi and Sshivada also took to their Instagram pages and shared photos and videos from their Yoga session.

"During Recovery from covid and injuries is when i turned to Yoga “again “ & now I use it as an instant happiness pill whenever i need to and I meditate to help my mind unwind and relax at the end of the day. Happy International Yoga day people ; Today is a good day to start as any !," wrote Aishwarya Lekshmi as sharing a video.

Malayalam actor Unni Mukundan posted a caption on Instagram saying, 'A little yoga each day keeps the doctor away." He also went on to add, "Happy Yoga ! I'm yet to start my yoga sessions, but I strongly recommend everyone here to start practising yoga, I'm gonna start soon!"

Actress Andrea Jeremiah posted pictures of herself doing yoga on Instagram and said, "Always something new to learn! Happy International Yoga Day everyone!"

Actress Gayathrie Shankar posted a picture of her practising yoga and said, "Breathe in.Breathe out. You know what day it is!"

Kannada actress Haripriya took to Instagram to post a video of her doing yoga and said, "Let's find peace while we stretch away all our problems."

Actress Pranitha Subhash, who only recently gave birth to a child but is a pro when it comes to yoga, posted some old pictures of her doing acrobatic yoga and said, "I don't know if I'll ever get back to being this fit.. but here are some TBTs Acro Yoga.. Happy International Yoga Day!"

(with inputs from IANS)

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