Lockdown diaries: Terence Lewis misses holding hands, stealing kisses

Mumbai, May 23 (IANS): Ace choreographer-dancer Terence Lewis feels the worst part about the lockdown is being single. Indeed, social distancing has taught the value of physical intimacy.

"The worst part about this lockdown is being single. I have realised the importance of physical intimacy and miss holding hands and stealing kisses every now and then," said Lewis, about about how he misses being in a relationship.

Amid the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, Terence says the only thing that has kept him going is trying to stay surrounded with positivity. He keeps himself busy with work.

"I have worked more in the last two months than I ever have in the past two years," he said.

Terence opens up about his lockdown period in a conversation with Kusha Kapila in an episode of "Go Fun Yourself", which streams on Voot.

Earlier in an interview, the choreographer said his life in lockdown is pretty busy.

"Days are busy with lots of shoots, interviews and even online appearances and judging! With all the technology available today we are constantly active online. My institute is conducting classes online, with a big dance camp (May 18-23). I am busy with planning and promotions. And like everyone else -- I have to cook and clean my house. I do make it a point to fit in some time for yoga and meditation as well, it's so important for my well-being," Lewis, who has judged many dance reality TV shows, told IANSlife.



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