Twinkle Khanna Shares Kids Room Makeover Video; suggests keeping the iPad with books | Bollywood

Twinkle Khanna shared a video of a kid’s bedroom makeover on Instagram. The entire video was originally shared by Tweak India, in which Twinkle was seen redecorating a child’s room, all by herself. The actor-turned-writer is married to actor Akshay Kumar and they have two children together – daughter Nitara and son Aarav. Read also : Twinkle Khanna shows Akshay Kumar and his daughter Nitara picking fruit on Father’s Day: “Tumble, tumble through the garden”

In a new video shared on Tweak India’s YouTube channel, Twinkle Khanna spoke about the challenges faced when designing a child’s bedroom. Twinkle says, “One day they’ll sing Baby Shark 6,000 times a day until you feel like sewing your ears on, and the next day they’ll be obsessed with BTS (K-pop group).” She said it is necessary to have plenty of space in your children’s room because they often bump into things. Twinkle then said that she preferred to add bright colors, but would switch to softer colors as she got older.

In the video, Twinkle also told his fans to hide their kids’ iPads and replace them with books. She also created a play area in the corner of a room and said that children could play instruments, draw pictures or do activities that interested them in this corner. At the end of the video, Twinkle suggested parents use gender-neutral colors in their children’s bedrooms.

One fan commented, “Loved this segment. Although I don’t know if the kids would keep the room neat and tidy, the color combination and overall ideas are very nice. I like the way Twinkle talks like a very normal person, not like a star. Another said: ‘I doubt the kids keep their rooms so tidy. One person said, “I loved the idea of ​​replacing the iPad with books.”

Twinkle made her acting debut with Barsaat in 1995; and after her 2001 film Love Ke Liya Kuch Bhi Karega, she quit her acting career. She’s often said she didn’t like her time in movies and on an episode of Koffee With Karan she even admitted, “I was a terrible actor.”

She made her writing debut with Mrs. Funnybones in 2015. She followed up with an anthology of stories called The Legend Of Lakshmi Prasad, which was published in 2017, and the fictional novel Pajamas Are Forgiving, which is released the following year.

Dora W. Clawson