Tina Desai Workout Routine

Tina Desai

Indian actress Tina Desai is now internationally recognized thanks to her role in Sense8. Before getting her Hollywood break, she started her acting career in her native India in the early 2010s. She made her debut in the Bollywood movie Yeh Faasley. This was followed by other roles in Hindi films, such as Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande and Cocktail. In 2012, she starred in the British film The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. This was her first international project. She starred again in the film’s sequel The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. She had also starred in the Bollywood films Table No.21, Dussehra, and Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene. Afterwards she auditioned for a role in Sense8 and got the part of Kala Dandekar. The show airs on Netflix.

The 30-year-old actress obviously has a slender figure and a toned body. She does this by trying her best to lead a healthy life. Being an actress, it also comes as part of her work to maintain her fit body, especially when required for a role. For example, for her role in the Bollywood movie Table No. 21, Tina worked harder to achieve a slender physique. This was specifically for a bikini scene where she needed to appear super sexy. She said in an interview: “I trained hard at the gym like a maniac and ate just half a fruit a day to look fresh for the shoot.” She added: “Thankfully, the scene and the song as a whole have come out looking beautiful. So I’m glad the hard work has paid off.”

Even when it’s not for a role in a movie, Tina makes sure she works out to maintain her healthy weight. Exercising also keeps her stronger, more energetic, and generally happier. There are positive benefits that she surely doesn’t want to miss. For this reason, she makes it a point to exercise regularly, not just to look good, but to also be generally healthy. In another interview, she got candid with her fitness routine, saying: “I attend dance class every alternate day and it works like a cardio workout for me. I also do weight training in the gym every alternate day.”

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