Bollywood Film Canvas is not just a medium, it is a sense of belonging; As much for the actors as it is for their audience. There is another board though; One that allows our busy representatives to rejuvenate. We are talking about the graphics and color palette. Many actors have revealed to us our passion for drawing over time. This aspect of their talent, given their busy schedules, doesn’t allow for much indulgence but when that happens, just like in their movies, the actors do their best here too.
Eliana is an ace actress, fashion icon and also an illustrator. The first time I revealed her inner painter, she did it a little differently than the norm might be. She caught her audience’s attention by sharing a small poem that served as an introduction to her artwork and then moved on to reveal the actual painting.
Millennial darling, Siddhant Chaturvedi is another name on this list. Taking to his Instagram, he recently shared a photo of himself, a painting in his hand, drawing a serene portrait on canvas. As soon as the post hit his fine, double taps started pouring in on the actor.
For some of our beloved stars, drawing is also a seasonal hobby. Take, for example, the lively case of Tara Sutaria. Monsoon is that time of year when Tara loves to indulge her love of charcoal painting.
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Not many know that Wamika Gabi is also a great painter. She is completely self-made. She hopes to find time to learn art professionally one day but until then there is nothing to stop her from immersing herself in colors and paintbrushes. Drawing for her is a meditative process that she constantly looks forward to.
Next in line is the Collective Queen, Sonakshi Sinha. Her love of exploring faces made her explore her passion for painting over and over again. Every face tells a story and through her art, Sonakshi creates visual stories.
Last but not least, no movie list is complete without a mention of King Midas of Bollywood’s King Salman Khan. The uber cool actor makes everything look so easy. Whether it’s in his sequencing of his actions or his exercise regimes, there is always an ease in doing things. Same goes for his love of drawing and painting as well.