She stated,"We started organic farming last year on a small scale. I don't know anything about organic farming technically, and it is something you learn over time. So, after I finish the last schedule of Ginny Weds Sunny in Manali, I'll take off to my farm for four-five days to focus on it. My family will also join me from Chandigarh to help plan the future produce, learn more about eco-friendly equipment and new techniques of farming," adding that since last year they had grown plums, apples, apricots, ginger, onion, and tomatoes.
She also included that "We grew as many vegetables in our backyard as possible, like eggplants, bottle gourd, bitter gourd, chilies, and coriander. We used to pluck them fresh and make sabzi. The idea is to eat healthily,".Along with it she mentioned "It's so different from what I do, a parallel life I'd love to pursue. When we're busy hustling and bustling through our city life and stress, this process makes you feel closer to nature,".
She concluded with "I can call myself an entrepreneur at a very, very small scale right now. But I do wish to expand it, and the farm has a very traditional house also, and I like to keep like that,".