Bhumika Chawla Diet Plan

Bhumika Chawla

Indian actress Bhumika Chawla had her career beginnings in the early 2000s. She debuted in the 2000 Telugu film Yuvakudu. The following year, she played the lead in the film Kushi, which won her the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu. She was also praised for her performance in the movie Missamma, gaining her a Filmfare nomination for Best Actress. In 2003, she made her Hindi debut in Tere Naam.

For this, she received nominations for Best Female Debut and Best Actress at the Filmfare Awards. She’s since starred in many Hindi films, including Run, Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa, Silsiilay, Dil Jo Bhi Kahey…, Family, and Gandhi, My Father. At the same time, she landed several roles in the Telugu movies Jai Chiranjeeva, Mayabazaar, Sathyabhama, and Mallepuvvu. Chawla then portrayed the titular character in the 2009 film Amaravathi.

In the 2010s, she continued her prolific career on the big screen. Most notably, she starred in the 2017 film Middle Class Abbayi, winning her the SIIMA Award for Best Supporting Actress – Telugu. Some of her latest films were the Hindi-language features Khamoshi and Bhram. She also joined the main cast of the Telugu film Ruler.

Bhumika Chawla stays in good shape by following a balanced diet. In an interview, she got candid about her diet plan. “I begin my day with a cup of tea or fresh fruits like papaya, apples and banana,” said the actress. “I leave my house at six in the morning for my shoot so I eat at the location itself. My assistant makes breakfast for me. If I am in a mood for continental food I have a breakfast comprising eggs, cornflakes, porridge, fruits and hot milk with honey.”

She also prefers a plant-based diet. “I prefer to have a vegetarian lunch. Sabzi, dal and roti. I must have salad with my lunch and I must end my meal with a bowl of curds,” she shared. For dinner, she chooses to have a lighter meal, usually opting some soup and steamed vegetables. When she’s not working, she prefers to have home-cooked meals.

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