Man­jari is a cer­ti­fied an­gel card reader

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It was some time back that ac­tor Man­jari Fad­nis (left) de­vel­oped fas­ci­na­tion to­wards learn­ing about the art of An­gel Heal­ing and be­gan at­tend­ing work­shops, and now, she has even be­come a cer­ti­fied reader.

The 31-year-old — who has starred in Bol­ly­wood films such as Jaane Tu…Ya Jaane Na (2008) and Grand Masti (2013) — says: “It’s en­tirely dif­fer­ent from Tarot card read­ing. Any­one can do it as long as one has an open heart and mind. I had been fol­low­ing all the books by Doreen Virtue and my friend hap­pened to tell me about her son Charles vis­it­ing In­dia for a work­shop. I signed up for it and now I’m a Cer­ti­fied An­gel Card Healer,” she says.

Man­jari’s pos­i­tive ex­peri- ence in the past en­cour­aged her to go ahead with it, but she does not plan to pur­sue it pro­fes­sion­ally. “An­gels only guide you all along. I’m set­ting up a space only to do card read­ings and heal­ing when my loved ones need help. I have no plans to prac­tice it pro­fes­sion­ally in near fu­ture,” she says.

“Th­ese cards don’t tell you the fu­ture be­cause the bot­tom line is that you make your own fu­ture and it is not writ­ten. Every­thing hap­pens for a rea­son best for you, even if some­times it seems the end of the world for you,” adds the ac­tor, who was last seen in the re­cent film, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karu.

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