Ishqbaaaz star Nakuul Mehta shares a post about his break from the social media; Check it out

Ishqbaaz actor Nakuul Mehta took a break from social media. Today, he took to his Instagram and shared his experience of the same.
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Nakuul Mehta is known for the famous daily soap Ishqbaaaz. He is married to Jhanvi, who is an amazing singer. They are one of the cutest couples of the television industry. Today, Nakuul took to his Instagram handle and shared a selfie from his trip. The actor captioned his post telling about his break from social media and how we our so much addicted to it. 
 
He wrote, "This is what a fortnight away from the inconspicuous pressures of being on social media made me feel like..I realized that FOMO is a lie. There is pure joy in being fully in the moment, in conversations, at meals, not subtly chastising yourself for not keeping updated about how the rest of the world is enjoying their day out in the sun or the 'gram or in the sun for the 'gram."
 
The caption further read, "That words & pictures over a short format could never be the same as conversations in flesh & blood. A dialogue / human exchange is sexier than the newest filter on an app. Unless that filter happens to be a Filter Coffee. That your follower count actually comes with an invisible 'minus' attached to the numerical value it denotes and can only be made positive by the number of times you laugh, breathe and stop taking yourself seriously in a day. Also nobody cares what I am eating unless it's a 7D version  of that food picture I'm tempted to take. Eat that food! It's getting cold. Burrrrrp Yum! P.s. it's okay to burp as long as the meal was terrific." On the work front, Nakuul will next be seen in a short film, about which he is really excited.
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This is what a fortnight away from the inconspicuous pressures of being on social media made me feel like.. I realised that FOMO is a lie. There is pure joy in being fully in the moment, in conversations, at meals, not subtly chastising yourself for not keeping updated about how the rest of the world is enjoying their day out in the sun or the 'gram or in the sun for the 'gram. That words & pictures over a short format could never be the same as conversations in flesh & blood. A dialogue/human exchange is sexier than the newest filter on an app. Unless that filter happens to be a Filter Coffee . That your follower count actually comes with an invisible 'minus' attached to the numerical value it denotes and can only be made positive by the number of times you laugh, breathe and stop taking yourself seriously in a day. Also nobody cares about what I am eating unless it's a 7D version of that food picture I'm tempted to take. Eat that food! It's getting cold. Burrrrrp Yum! P.s. it's okay to burp as long as the meal was terrific.

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