Avika Gore of 'Balika Vadhu' lost 13 kg, fed up of fat arm, legs, and heavy belly


Fans recognize and like TV actress Avika Gore more than Anandi. Anandi, who is seen in 'Balika Vadhu' i.e. Avika Gaur got that success at an early age, for which the actors have to work hard for years. Avika Gaur, who reached the heights at a young age in the professional world, has told the whole story of her weight loss in personal life. Aavika has lost her 13 kg weight, but she has told Stress the story behind it. Actually, Avika had to face the problem of weight gain in real life, which she has now told through a social media post.

Avika has posted some pictures in her sari on Instagram, with which she has also told the story of her weight loss. Avika was upset with her weight almost a year ago. Writing this story on Instagram herself, 'Anandi' said, 'I remember, about a year ago, one night I cried myself in the mirror. I did not feel good as I looked. Large hands and feet and a snout belly. I had a lot to spare. If it was because of thyroid or PCOD it would have been fine, because it would have been out of my control. But, it happened because I ate anything, never ate and worked out at all. Our body requires precaution, but I did not respect it. The result was that I did not like the way I started looking. Even I did not enjoy dance at all.

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I still remember one night last year, when I looked at myself in the mirror & I broke down. I didn't like what I saw. Big arms, legs, a well earned belly. I had let go too much. If it were due to an illness(Thyroid,PCOD, etc), it would be okay because that would be out of my control. But, it happened because I ate anything & everything, and I didn't workout at all. Our bodies deserve to be treated well, but I didn't respect it. As a result, I disliked the way I looked so much that I couldn't even completely enjoy dancing (which I love) without thinking "how I must look right now". I got so busy judging myself & feeling bad that I didn't leave any scope for outsiders to make me feel bad. Such insecurities run in the head all the time & they make us feel tired & irritated. Hence, I would often snap at my loved ones. Well, one fine day I decided that it was enough, and that I must evolve. Nothing changed overnight. I just started to focus on the right things... things that I should be proud of(like dancing). I kept trying to eat better & working out, and I had various setbacks. But, it was important that I didn't stop. And my people were constantly there to guide me. Long story short, I looked at myself in the mirror this morning & I didn't feel the need to look away. I smiled at myself, and told myself that I'm beautiful. And you, the person reading this, you are beautiful as well. We all have a lot to offer & we must actively work on that, rather than feeling sad about what we can't do. But, we MUST do what's in our control. Today, I am comfortable in my own skin. Today, I'm peaceful. And I hope you are too? Share your stories of self-love in the comments. Let's make self-love cool! - Love & Light Avika☀️

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Avika further writes that she whipped herself so much that there was no need for outsiders. Then one day decided that enough was enough. I started focusing on the right things. Things to be proud of, such as dancing. It was important that I do not stop. People around me were guiding me. The story is getting longer. So shortening, I saw myself in the mirror this morning, I didn't feel the need to turn my eyes. I smiled at myself and said, "I am beautiful ... and whatever you are reading this, they are also beautiful." Instead of feeling sad about what we cannot do, we need to work on it. He said, we must do what is under our control. Now I feel comfortable. There is peace in me