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Sonali Bendre joined the squad, shares the feeling of her dog during lockdown

The film "Jis Desh Me Ganga Behti Hai" must have been seen by almost all of us and you will also know Sonali Bendre, the "Ganga" of this film.  She has been entertaining her audience through movies and television shows for more than two decades. One such actress who has set a new record by overthrowing the incurable disease like cancer is seen very active on her social media these days amid nationwide lockdown.

Taking her Instagram, She shared a video on Friday. In this video, Sonali expressed that if pet dogs could speak, then they what probably they would say in this situation. In the video, she wrote: If #LittleMissIcy could talk... I bet she’d say this 🤪

At the beginning of the video, the talking dog says {voice over} that it was petrified and afraid, as it did not understand why its mom was suddenly always inside. The dog then talked about how it got to play fetch all day long in the backyard and got to spend a lot more time with its owner. Finally, the dog mentioned that it did not understand why its owner was staying at home so much, but it was happy about it. In addition to this, she often shares photos with her pet dog.

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Recently, actress Sonali Bendre took to Instagram to share a throwback picture to celebrate Gudi Padwa. She wrote, "#Throwback to simpler times... Happy Gudi Padwa... it’s ironic that the new year falls at the start of the #21DayLockdown but in someways, it’s a sign of what we need to do. Introspect, realign and look to the future. From my family to yours... I hope this new year brings us all new beginnings #StayHomeSaveLives."

Even in the Janata curfew, this real-life conqueror did not fall behind in filling the request of Modi Ji.  She also encouraged the essential service provider people by clapping and ringing bells from her balcony.

In 1994, Sonali made her Bollywood debut with the film "Aag", after which she acted in more than 50 Hindi and Tamil films. Unfortunately, in 2018 she got cancer but Sonali won this hard battle with her own will power and determination.

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