Vigilance is up when I’m in Delhi: Sayali Bhagat  

New Delhi, June 14 (IANS) Former Miss India and actress Sayali Bhagat, who has shifted to Delhi after getting married, says her vigilance has gone up since the time she shifted here and she takes extra precaution while moving out from house on any evening.

“I do take extra precaution moving out in evening in Delhi. From informing everybody about my whereabouts, be on the tracker with my family to keeping my phone charged, I keep an account of everything. I will be less bothered in Mumbai, so yes the vigilance is up here,” Sayali told IANS.

She married Delhi-based businessman Navneet Pratap Singh over a year-and-half back, but she says she’s still going through her honeymoon period.

“It was an arranged marriage, but we took about eight-to-nine months to get into matrimony. We are still discovering each other. My husband is not a Bollywood fan and he didn’t even know me before he met me. His interest lies in playing tennis, going out with friends and travelling,” she said.

Speaking about her upcoming projects, Sayali shared that she is working on multiple projects.

“I am working on the film ‘Homestay’. It’s a paranormal thriller in Hindi and will be out in September. Apart from that, I am doing Kannada version of ‘Homestay’ too. I am even doing a Marathi film called ‘Sketch’ and this is my debut Marathi film,” she said.

 

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