Mumbai: Actress Shamita Shetty, sister of Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty, has shared a post on social media, which is going viral on the internet.
In this post, the actress has written about continuing to do her work with honesty and love. Shamita posted her photo, in which she is seen in a black color dress.
She wrote in its caption, “Sometimes the strength within you is not a big fiery flame for all to see.. it is just a tiny spark that whispers ever so softly.. “You got this .. keep going “ .You can’t control how other people receive your energy . Anything you say or do gets filtered through the lens of whatever personal issues they are going through at that moment .. which is not about you . Just keep doing your thing with as much integrity and love as possible . ❤️ ”
Earlier, on the release of Shilpa’s comeback movie Hungama 2, Shamita Shetty had wished her on her sister on Instagram. She wrote in the emotional note All d best my darling Munki for the release of ur film Hungama after 14 years ❤️I know Uve put in a lot of effort into this one.. the entire team has !.. love you and with you ALWAYS ❤️ Uve gone through a lot of Ups n downs in life and one thing I know for sure .. Uve emerged stronger!… this too shall pass my darling . All the best to the entire team of #hungama2 only on @disneyplushotstar @disneyplushotstarvip 🌈❤️ Posted @withregram • @theshilpashetty I believe and practice the teachings of Yoga,“The only place where life exists is the present moment, NOW.”
Hungama 2 involves the relentless efforts of an entire team that’s worked very hard to make a good film, and the film shouldn’t suffer… ever!
So today, I request you all to watch Hungama 2 with your families to put a smile on your face and for the sake of every single person attached to the film.
Thank you🙏😇 “
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