Known as the woman of fortitude with a strong moral ethic and learning, Bhumi Pednekar always remains vocal about social issues such as pay parity and environment issues. But from her latest social media post, it seems like Bhumi is taking a break from her hectic devoir and spending her precious time with family in her hometown, Goa. Bhumi Pednekar shared a motley of pictures on Instagram in which she went on a temple pilgrimage in her village Pedne and disclosed several facts about her ancestral roots.
In a series of snaps, Bhumi is seen offering prayers to God, wearing a mask following the Covid-19 precautionary measures. While showcasing the beauty and serenity of her various visits to the temples, Bhumi wrote, "We did a pilgrimage in our village called Pedne. The pilgrimage is made up of 3 temples - Mauli Devi, Bhagwati Devi & Ravlnath Temple all are around 300 to 400 years old.: Check out her post here -
Bhumi further added more about her enriched lineage and wrote, "The Pednekar's, our earliest written record is in the books of the Ravlnath temple from the year 1902. The temples are full of stories, surrounded by medicinal streams of water and tons of energy to heal. Every trip back there teaches us so much...Grateful for our culturally enriched lineage. Peace,Strength and Joy." Well, a few people knew about her glorious ancestral history and it's quite appreciable that she still connects with her royal roots.
On the professional front, last time we saw the actress in Bhanu Pratap Singh's 'Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship' opposite Vicky Kaushal, in which Bhumi was seen playing a small role. Now, Bhumi Pednekar will be seen next in Amit Sharma's 'Badhaai Do', G. Ashok's 'Durgavati', and Alankrita Shrivastava's `Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare`, along with Konkona Sen Sharma, Vikrant Massey and Amol Parashar, which is set to stream on Netflix, September 18th.