Sushmita sen blunders

Actress Sushmita Sen, in her latest inspiring post on Instagram, shared that even at the age of 45, she “still makes big blunders in choices.” Though she has not revealed what “big blunders” she has made but shared it as one of her “life lessons.” The actress also mentioned about the “coldness in being used and the disappointment of being lied to for it” in her post.

The Aarya actress posted a glamorous photo of herself and captioned it, “You guys often ask me, if I have off days…of course, I do! Do I stay positive all the time? Nope, I don’t!” She added, “And even at 45, I still make big blunders in choices, feel deeply hurt, recognise the calculated coldness in being used and the disappointment of being lied to for it…No, none of it escapes me!”

But Sushmita Sen is big believer of karma.“What I’ve learned though, is that no matter how difficult it is, I must look at it as a karmic debt, hopefully repaid in full!” she wrote and added, “As for the ones causing it, their karma has only just begun!(sic).”


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The actress also added hashtags like #stateofmind #lifelessons #acceptance #karma and #faith to her caption. Sushmita is currently dating model Rohman Shawl. She is also a parent to two daughters – Renee and Alisah. Renee has already debuted as an actor.

In terms of work, Sushmita Sen was last seen in Disney+Hotstar’s web-series Aarya, which marks her first Hindi project after the 2010 film No Problem. The actress, who is also a former Miss Universe, has featured in a number of Bollywood films such as Biwi No 1, Zor, Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag, Filhaal, Main Hoon Na, Main Aisa Hi Hoon, Dulha Mil Gaya and Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya? Sen has already started shooting for the second season of Aarya.

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