Milind Sonam gives us major fitness goals once again as he swims in glacier water, goes fissure diving between two tectonic plates

We all know Milind Sonam for his zest for life and nature. The 54 year old fitness freak gives us major fitness goals every time he shares his pictures on social media. Known for living a lifestyle which most of us can only dream of, he is one man who gives many of us an inspiration to live life to the fullest.

Recently he posted a picture taken a year back and captioned,”Ready for takeoff!! The free dive in a 7mm wetsuit in Iceland last year was unique and memorable. Diving in a fissure between two tectonic plates, in glacier melt water at 2°C was an experience of a lifetime.” The actor was in Iceland last year and went fissure diving and incidentally, the fissure he went diving is between two tectonic plates.

Recently, his memoir titled ‘Made In India’ was released, which he has co-written with Roopa Rai. The book includes several topics related to him such as controversies, relationships, habits like smoking and drinking, and controlling rage.

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Book Review – Roopa!! I finished reading Made in India last night. I was sad the memoir lasted only some 230 pages. I didn't want it to end at all. It is unputdownable from the start, with all that edge-of-the-seat drama running(😉) parallel in the two stories. Such an inspiring story, written so, so beautifully, so deliciously, in your inimitable style. It's so quintessentially and wonderfully Roopa-esque! 😍😘 Your language is as savoury as the person you are writing about but then, isn't it always! I don't know why Milind Soman thinks he was always lucky because clearly, he has worked very hard and consistently, always upping the ante for others and for himself. This past week, all I thought about when I wasn't reading Made in India was that I should get back to yoga, running and swimming and maybe do the triathlon one day and be an inspiration to my son, as Aai was to Soman. It's his greatness and humility to say everything fell in place serendipitiously for him but we do know that creating great fortunes for ourselves is often in our own hands. Sure, he was born with good looks and great genes but that he made that his asset and didn't squander it away or take it for granted, is rare. I'm going to read this book again. For it's compelling style, it's beautiful language and the awe-inspiring Demi-God. Congratulations to both of you, once again!♥❤💜 . . Thank you for the review @sindhu.hande 🙂

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Milind, a passionate runner holds a Limca Record for running 1,500 km in 30 days for Greenathon, NDTV to spread environmental awareness. The same year the country’s largest ‘women’s only’ running event Pinkathon was set up under his guidance, to promote good health and breast cancer awareness amongst women. He travels all around the country to hold Pinkathon events, the most recent of them was the one in Mumbai.

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