Published On: Thu, Jun 16th, 2016

Bollywood actress Surveen Chawla no more a Hinduism follower?



MUMBAI: Bollywood actress Surveen Chawala is one of the promising and emerging Indian stars, and now she has undergone a significant change in personality after she decided to practice Buddhism.

According to the actress, “to be religious it does not mean that I am getting renunciation. I don’t want my mind to become a slave. Our mind get stuck in all the wrong things of the world like money, fame, materialism etc. and we become slave of all these things.”

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“I want to stay with all these things but I don’t want to become a slave. I have come to know the problems. Now I want to find the solutions of my mind and want to be a best person.

That is why I am practicing Buddhism. I am doing chanting these days. There is a mentor in Japan who gave path of spirituality.

Also, I am reading the book “Power of Now” by which I can really understand the meaning of the life and happiness.” she added.

Chawla has come a long way from her TV stint. After doing a number of regional movies in Tamil, Telegu, Kannada and Punjabi languages, Surveen is now ready to make her Bollywood debut in Anurag Kashyap’s Uglyand Vikram Bhatt’s Hate Story-2.

Talking about her struggle in the industry, Surveen says that it was the lack of creative
satisfaction that made her quit TV to pursue a career in movies.

The actress, who is spiritually inclined and follows Buddhism, says it is her perseverance that has paid off. “This is a fact that when you really want something badly and work hard towards it, you will definitely get it.

She says: “I have been very patient with my career and am very happy in the space I’m right now.”

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Syed Ammar Alavi

- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology

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