The actress is originally from Stockholm, Sweden, and says that her experiences in India have contributed to shaping her personality in a big way.
"I salute @MumbaiPolice for always being on their toes, doing their duty; come rain, come storm. Thank you for everything that you all do for us," she wrote.
She says that actors are often typecast on the small screen and she wants to be very particular of the roles she takes up.
The actress, who has been seen in films such as "Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon", "Mickey Virus" and "Malang", says many people around the world "die" to be part of Bollywood.
I think I have had enough films not do well and do well, and realise that it is part and parcel of the job. One film works and one doesn't. I just laugh and get ready for the next film. As long as I get work, I am happy.
Rakul's character in the film is a very organised and level-headed person. Is the actress in real life somewhat like her on-screen avatar? "When (director) Kaashvi (Nair) narrated it to me and after she got to know me
In the images James sports a messy blonde beehive with a blue slip dress and a lengthy white cardigan, with patchwork platform boots in a blue to match her dress.
"If there is a future it will be green," she wrote with a green heart emoji, alongside an image that shows her amidst greenery, in a gown that she stylishly wears over denim shorts.
"You are lucky when you have too many to choose from. Here are my recent favorites. #OnLocation #MaskOffForWorkOnly," wrote Divyanka, who is known for her role of Dr. Ishita Bhalla in "Yeh Hai Mohabbatein".
Everyone who can donate should donate. There is no two ways about it. We as a nation are facing the worst crisis ever. We are losing lives like never ever. In times like these everyone has to come together to fight the disease
As an artiste, you are always curious to perform but the big question is content. You have to choose the right script. I feel pressured (and think) should I choose this script?
She posted a video with pictures of doctors, policemen and ambulances and wrote: "Thank You, A huge shoutout to all the frontliners working tirelessly day and night putting their lives at risk to save ours. India stands by you."
"The situation is dire and I have seen it with my own eyes. I needed to do something about this and hence I spoke to some people that I knew, and slow and steady we started getting people help," Payal said.
In the monochrome picture, her elder son Taimur can be seen holding the little one in his arms. However, the face of her younger son was not clearly visible.
I know we're all kind of going insane, but I think a lot of people are going to come out of this going, 'Damn, I didn't accomplish anything, a whole year just stolen from me. I didn't achieve anything.'
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