Kangana praises Will Smith meeting Sadhguru; wants Bollywood stars to show the same keenness and curiosity

Hollywood superstar Will Smith and his family recently spent some quality time with Indian spiritual leader and author Sadhguru.

Photographs released by the Isha Foundation founder on social media show the two seem to have had a heart to heart conversation. The images hint at various moods of Will Smith, sometimes pensive while listening to Sadhguru and at other times in a jolly mood.

Sharing the photographs of their meeting on Twitter, Sadhguru wrote: "Will, it was a pleasure to spend some time with you and your wonderful family. May your Sangha be strong and Dharma be your guide. -Sg #WillSmith."

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, an ardent follower of Sadhguru also shared the video on Twitter and wrote, “How heartwarming to see a huge star like Will Smith being so grounded so spiritual, really hope at some point our own stars show same keenness and curiosity for spirituality and sciences of Yoga, @SadhguruJV has a lot to offer hope people make most of his time here.”

Smith was last seen in "Bad Boys For Life", the third part of the buddy cop film series, "Bad Boys", which released earlier this year before the Covid-19 pandemic.

Earlier, Ranaut had shared a photograph where she is seen meditating along with actress Juhi Chawla and spiritual leader Sadhguru. The photograph was clicked during her visit to the Kashi Vishvanath Temple in Varanasi.

In a 6,000-mile journey that will explore both the internal and external landscapes of the United States, Sadhguru will ride from Tennessee through over 15 states to explore the history, culture and lives of the indigenous Native Americans.

'Of Motorcycles and a Mystic' is an exploration of the legacy that was native to America before the advent of European explorers in the 15th century.

Sadhguru's month-long trail is an attempt to delve deeper into an indigenous cultural mosaic that has captured the imagination of people not just in America but the world over, for centuries.

He began his journey today on Mahalaya Amavasya, an auspicious day of ancestral remembrance.

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