Bollywood Actress Anu Aggarwal Turns Sanyasi, Read
- JWB Post
- December 11, 2015
Anu Aggarwal whiffed past the limelight so quickly that we didn’t even get to know where the Aashiqui star disappeared! Her Bollywood break followed the modelling and VJing. With her debut film, she became one of the most sought after heroine in the 90s. But sadly, a tragic accident led her into 29 days of coma.
Things are different now! She turned to tantric practice after years of struggle and became a sanyasi. Here are some beautiful and heart-touching revelations made by her that speak the truth of life.
- “I had become the new sex bomb! Well, a sex bomb is better than a nuclear bomb, isn’t it?”
She was quite a bombshell in 1990’s. Before joining movies, she had done few photoshoots and ad campaigns, including a condom brand.
- “I had almost died that night!”
“The accident took away my memory. It took me some time to believe that this was a planet, to understand the shift of energy which was the day and night. The doctors still think it’s a miracle that I am alive… Alive to tell you about the love I discovered through a ruptured body, bleeding brain and several incisions of needles and sutures made with surgical thread tied tight,”
- After 29 days in a life-threatening coma, she bounced back. When many would have given up, she chose the harder path & took sanyas.
She said, “But it was sanyas that “brought about alchemic changes within me. We are fearful and insecure, anxious and nervous, vulnerable and close-guarded. Our cities are being bombed, people are being killed and communities are rioting for their own demolition. In times such as these, we need compassion and love.”
4. Even after a brutal accident, she became an amateur weightlifter and competed in many weightlifting competitions.
In a recent interview, she said, “To feel strong, to walk among humans with a tremendous feeling of confidence and superiority is not at all wrong. The sense of superiority in bodily strength is borne out by the long history of mankind paying homage in folklore, song and poetry to strong women.
5. She revealed how ‘helping others’ is one of the best feelings in the world!
She currently teaches yoga to Mumbai’s slum kids free of cost. ‘Anu Fun Yoga’ is a healing module she herself developed after years of experimenting with Vipassana, Craniosacral therapy and Tantra across ashrams in Uttarakhand and Kutch.
Moral of the story, don’t stop, never give up, hold your head high and reach the top, let the world see what you have got, bring it all back again!
I can’t believe I just quoted S Club 7.