Mumbai, Dec 18 : After 10 months, Bollywood actress Nimrat Kaur stepped into a theatre to watch a film on the big screen, and termed the experience surreal.
Sharing a selfie and a few pictures from the completely empty theatre, the actress wrote: "Long live the movies.
And their ethereal magic."
"Today, nearly after 10 months, I was in a movie theatre, all by myself, like a child in a private magic show, watching a mind-bending masterclass in science fiction by one of the world's greatest ever.
But for the first time ever,a story seemed lesser impossible than our reality," she wrote.
The actress had stepped out to watch the Christopher Nolan directorial "Tenet", which stars John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.
The film also has Indian actress Dimple Kapadia in an interesting role.
"The surreality of this experience I hold very close to my heart,as I do the sheer resilience of the human spirit.
Slowly yet surely, overcome it all we shall. As a recurring dialogue from #Tenet goes- "What's happened has happened." Long live the movies. And their ethereal magic," she added.
The actress continued: "Also a massive shout out to the ever mesmerising #DimpleKapadia ji for her astounding presence, lighting up that Nolan universe with her blazing eyes and grace.
Nimrat will next be seen in "Atrangi Re" alongside Akshay Kumar, Sara Ali Khan and Dhanush.