Bhumi Pednekar Is Loading Up On Mulberries This Summer

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Toilet – Ek Prem Katha actor, Bhumi Pednekar, is currently busy shooting for her next film Son Chiriya, in which she will be seen opposite Sushant Singh Rajput. Just today, the diva posted pictures of celebration from the sets of the film that has completed 50 days of shoot. Bhumi was also in the news recently for making it to the list of Forbes ’30 Under 30′. Pednekar has a huge fan following around the world and her followers frequently get glimpses of her glitzy life, thanks to the videos, photos and posts on her social media pages.

Recently, Bhumi was in Dholpur in Rajasthan for the shoot of Son Chiriya, where she decided to make the most of her Saturday break-time and go berry hunting! Pednekar posted pictures of herself plucking some mulberries, or shahtoot, from a tree there. Have a look!

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A post shared by Bhumi Pednekar (@psbhumi) on Mar 16, 2018 at 10:05pm PDT

Bhumi captioned the picture of her freshly-plucked mulberries as, “GoodMorning!!! Fruit of my labour. Climb a tree..pluck some Mulberry and Have a fruitful Saturday.” Don’t they look lovely and inviting? Mulberries are just one of the numerous summer berries that you just cannot afford to pass up on. The dark red berries are also incredibly soft to touch and very sweet in taste. But, these aren’t even the main reasons why you must load up on this amazing fruit.

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Mulberries are very rich in vitamin C, vitamin K, potassium and iron. They also contain lots of dietary fibre, which maintains good health and keeps your digestive tract in top form. While vitamin C gives a boost to your immunity, vitamin A present in mulberries is great for your vision and is essential for good eyesight. What’s more? Mulberry leaves can be used to treat extremely dry skin. This fruit also improves hair colour by increasing the production of melanin in them. No wonder, this nutritious fruit has found favour with the lovely Bhumi!

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