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“Read something new or learn a new skill in your spare time,” urges Manoj Chandila of Teri Meri Ikk Jindri: Bollywood News

Since its first episode, Zee TV’s show – Teri Meri Ikk Jindri has managed to entertain the masses through its unique love story of two very different personalities, Mahi (Amandeep Sidhu) and Jogi (Adhvik Mahajan). While the emotional union of these two has been loved immensely by audiences recently, the intriguing twists brought by Pappuji (Manoj Chandila) have kept audiences hooked. In fact, Manoj has gone to great lengths to ensure that viewers can witness the best version of his character. However, in his spare time, the actor prefers to keep his mind occupied by reading books.

While reading came to Manoj much later in life, the actor has become an avid reader and often sees the reading between filming breaks on the sets of Teri Meri Ikk Jindri. With his reading interests varying across genres of fiction, non-fiction, and spirituality, Manoj finds it nearly impossible to put down a book without finishing it. Speaking about how he instilled the habit of reading, Manoj said, “I first started reading fiction books, especially the work of Chetan Bhagat. Soon after reading most of his titles, I started reading Khaled Hosseini’s books and became a big fan of his work, ‘The Kite Runner’ in particular. Even though it was a little serious, it was definitely a book I just couldn’t let go. “

While suggesting must-read books, the actor mentioned, “I became an avid reader after graduating from reading non-fiction books that really caught my interest. thinks are must-read in this space are “Thinking Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman, Mastery by Robert Green and “The Laws Human Nature” of the same name. All three books are brilliantly written and include thoughtful concepts on how the law works. mind and on managing life scenarios. I have also developed a keen interest in spiritual books over the past few months. The first book I read was “Autobiography of a Yogi” by Paramahansa Yogananda which Indeed opened my eyes, after which I also read the Bhagavad Gita. Currently, I have ordered another book in this genre which is “Karma” by Sadhguru and although I do not have time to read it, I am convinced that it will be a wonderful read lleuse. I suggest all avid readers to read these five works of art. “

In light of the current COVID scenarios and the lockdown that have left many people tense and worried, Manoj believes instilling the habit of reading can do wonders in keeping the mind calm and composed. In fact, the actor has a very important message to share with all of his fans and viewers. As Manoj mentions, “There is a term called the mental diet where you have to be mindful of what you are looking at or absorbing in your life. To do this, one must always be out there in search of knowledge, whether in the form of listening, observing or even reading. I believe that one should always use the extra time on hand to know or learn something new. Don’t just get used to being bored. Read a book or read something new or learn a new skill in your spare time, because when you might want to use that skill, you might not have time to learn it.

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