“To keep our heads cool during this home quarantine. It felt right to give mom the classic champi,” wrote Preity Zinta
New Delhi:Actress Preity Zinta, who lives in Los Angeles with husband Gene Goodenough, is every bit of a desi girl. The 45-year-old actress shared, who is in self quarantine with her family in LA, just shared a glimpse of show she’s spending her days in isolation. Keeping a cool head and not panicking is the need of the hour amid the coronavirus outbreak and looks like Preity is implementing the perfect desi nuska to achieve the goal. On her Instagram, she shared a video of hers giving a champi (traditional Indian head massage with oil) to her mom while the man behind-the-camera appears to be gene Goodenough. “Making the most of staying home and bonding,” Preity captioned her post. “To keep our heads cool during this home quarantine it felt right to give mom the classic champi,” she added.
“It’s very good for your hair, actually. You should try it,” she can be heard saying in the video.
Borrowing lyrics from Mohammad Rafi’s song from 1957 movie Pyaasa, Preity added: “Kyun ki sir jo tera chakraye, ya dil dooba jaye, aaja pyaare, paas humare, kaahe ghabraye. This too shall pass.”