Ragini Back With Underwater Skills

The actress, keen to become a certified scuba diver, was at Maldives for a five-day course.

Published: 26th April 2016 07:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th April 2016 07:46 AM   |  A+A-


Ragini Dwivedi is focusing on more than just her career right now. After she starting to  paint to keep herself stress-free, the actress, we hear, has another fascination -- scuba diving.

Ragini, who flew to Maldives last Thursday, went deep-sea diving. Incidentally, she is not on a summer break. The actress, amid her work schedule, took up a scuba diving course.  She is back in the city today, after spending three to five days honing her underwater skills.

Ragini.jpgRagini talks about her love for the sport: "It is a passion and another adventure sport to learn. My interest developed when I first did scuba diving at the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, the largest diving site in the world."  Ragini wants to become a certified scuba diver. "I will travel to many places, where I can learn scuba diving," she adds.

She loves it the most when she's in the deep sea. "This time, I was happy to save a turtle, which was entangled in fish strings," she says.

Ragini hopes that someday she will use these skills in a films. "It will an adventurous outing for me, and I hope to bring my sport to use in a Kannada film," she says.

On work the front, the actress is getting gearing up for the audio launch of her upcoming film, Ranachandi, while she goes back to shoot for Nane Next CM.

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