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How ‘The Lion King’ Inspired Shreya Chaudhry

Bandish Bandits star Shreya Chaudhry has been constantly impressing her fans with her glamorous fashion avatar and her fitness goals

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Murtaza Ali Khan
Murtaza Ali Khan
Executive Director of Transcontinental Times, Murtaza Ali Khan is an award-winning Film & TV critic and journalist. He can be reached at murtaza.jmi@gmail.com.

INDIA: Bandish Bandits star Shreya Chaudhry has been constantly impressing her fans with her glamorous fashion avatar and her fitness goals.  Her positive attitude and happy go lucky nature make her a favourite amongst all. Life often throws multiple challenges when they are least expected, and having a positive mantra helps one tackle the obstacles and live a happy life.

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Shreya Chaudhry talks about the secret life mantra that helps her to sail through tough times. ‘Hakuna Matata’, a well-known phrase meaning ‘there are no troubles or worries’ is exactly the mantra that keeps the diva going. 

Talking about the same, Shreya Chaudhry mentions, “I believe life is like a maze. Often, life makes you go through multiple ups and downs and you keep feeling anxious about what’s next. I follow one simple mantra in my life that interestingly I learnt from The Lion King song ‘Hakuna Matata’, which means no worries. I know everyone faces their own shares of problems rejections struggles but I believe it’s important to move forward, work towards a goal, without worrying too much about the end result. It helps me take actions in the right decision.”

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Shreya Chaudhry’s debut performance in Bandish Bandits for Amazon Prime Video was widely appreciated.

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