Daisy has been actively engaging with fans since the lockdown began, with her online presence. She has been active on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, sharing workout videos, recipes, and photos of herself and her pets. She has also been conducting a lot of live sessions.
On the occasion of Eid, Daisy shared a heartfelt post for her followers and wrote, Eid Mubarak May the gift of Faith, the blessing of Hope, N Peace & Love of Allah always be with us.”
However, a troll hopped on the comments section and asked her to “take care of her own religion.”
Daisy responded by stating, "@koushikduttaroy2 mere parents ne mujhe har dharm ki izzat karna sikhaya hai. Shayad aap sikhna bhool gaye honge apne bachpan mei. Kripya apni ghatiya soch ka gyaan kahin aur jaake baatiye.”
Translation: My parents have taught me to respect all religions. Perhaps you forgot to learn that in your childhood. Kindly spread your cheap thinking somewhere else.
On work front, Shah is all set to make her debut on the digital platform with a new show, which she will start working on once the coronavirus lockdown is over and everything is back on track.
"The priority right now is for the world to be back on track. I have been getting offers from web for a while but nothing clicked for a while. But I was approached for a web series that really appealed to me. We will begin shooting whenever we are allowed to," Daisy told PTI.
Daisy was supposed to begin shooting for her upcoming film ‘Bulbul Marriage Hall’, presented by Salman Khan from April 24. But due to the lockdown the shoot has been postponed.
This (lockdown) is the need of the hour. It is good as it is for the safety of everyone else. Let the entire crisis get over, let everything be safe around us to get out of our houses.
The actor said the film is a rom-com and she was looking forward to begin work on it. It is going to be a funny film. This character comes naturally to me, she is upfront and determined. It resonates with me, she added.
‘Bulbul Marriage Hall’ will be Daisy's third collaboration with superstar Salman Khan after ‘Jai Ho’ and ‘Race 3’.
The 35-year-old actor said she feels blessed to have Salman's support and guidance in Bollywood.
"This time he is presenting the movie, while in Jai Ho' and Race 3' we worked as co-actors. I consider myself super blessed to have his support. There are certain things that you don't plan and it just happens, you just have to appreciate it and feel fortunate.
Daisy said besides ‘Bulbul Marriage Hall’, she has another film titled ‘See You in Court’, scheduled to release in June but it will be pushed most likely. The film is directed by Sachin Kaushik.
"We are done filming but the post production work is at standstill. I am playing a child psychologist. The film is about a 12-year-old, filing a case against his parents, who want to get divorced. It is a heavy film but it has been done in a light hearted way."