Kalki Koechlin posted a picture of herself enjoying her early morning via Instagram.
The actress gave her fans a glimpse of her early morning “magic hour” by posting a
beautiful selfie, captioning it with “magic hour #happyweekend, #earlymorning”.
In her latest post, the Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani actress posted a video dedicated to local
coffee business that got replaced slowly by the global coffee-chain brands. The post is
about “Ode to filter coffee” which is a short rhyme that she wrote herself, dedicating to
the local coffee businesses.
She revealed that the lyrics were written by herself, whereas, the visual and sounds were
by Gaurav Ogale. The actress stated that she remembers a coffee house on MG Road in
Bangalore and that she misses that place.
In an interview, the 36-year-old stated that because of social media people can access
each other more easily and make fun of them. But this hurts their feelings, the celebrities
“take a lot on their chin”.
Furthermore, she stated that all the things said on social media are not always justified or
great. On the other hand, this digital platform makes them stronger, relatable, and more
human. She told people to “be yourself” and that she has always been this way.
She explains that people often think that she is crazy and funny, but this has also made
them love her even more. “being yourself gives you a personality” and that “makes you
last longer”. This also makes you “stand out in the industry and earns you respect”.
Kalki was last seen in Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy, which also starred Ranveer Singh and