Actress Ragini Dwivedi, if not on sets, is at home painting, which she says is a recently discovered passion. "I have started painting pots. I felt it is a good stress reliever and am loving it. Whenever I get a day off, I make sure to apply my mind on colours. I take up a few structured and non-structured pots and paint them however I fancy. I have been doing this for the past five months," says the actor, who is currently working on a Krishna painting. "I took up a structure, which is pure white, and have started painting from scratch. I add my own hues to it," she says.
Ragini likes it because it is not done towards any end. "It is not a like a profession, but done for my own satisfaction," she says. "I have not yet tried to work on a canvas. I am sure to come out with one soon."
Ask Ragini, whether she was inspired by B-Town actor, Salman Khan, who usually considers painting on the sets, she says, "No". "He is very good and I don't think people should really copy one another. Everybody has their own stress buster and currently this interest is keeping me happy. This is also helping me disconnect from a lot of people," she says.
Ragini who was on a weight-loss programme over the last few months is now back at work.
The actress completed a song shoot for her upcoming film Nane Next CM. She is now looking forward to the audio launch of Rana Chandi, which is supposed to be an action-based film.