Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut took the handle on Instagram and shared a video explaining his experience with Covid-19 and his recovery process. He pointed out that Covid-19 gives a false sense of recovery and that those who recover should rest properly.
Sharing the experience with fighting the virus, Kangana said: “I’m here to talk about the experience of recovering from coronavirus. Covid-19 is like ‘sardi-zukaam’ (former cold) as I told you before, that’s been my experience, but fighting from Covid and “While I was recovering, a lot of amazing things happened to me that I’ve never experienced before. I’ve always seen that when you’re sick, starting to heal, it’s a journey forever. But in the case of coronavirus, it’s a false feeling of recovery.”
He added: “After a negative day or two in the crown, I felt like I could do everything, like working and filming with colleagues and talking to friends, like I did before. But when I went out to do those things, I started to feel like there was a creek, not I was fine. I was in bed again, and at one point I felt like I couldn’t get out of bed. My throat was sore again and I also had a fever. “
The Manicarnic actor added, “This virus is quite unpredictable because it attacks our body. We don’t know how it reacts because our body is a genetically modified virus, and it silences our body’s natural response. Many people lose their lives because of it.”
“That’s why it’s so important to have a complete recovery. While I was dealing with the virus, I talked to a lot of doctors and realized that I shouldn’t underestimate the rest of my recovery time. So keep resting and improving, ”he concluded.
Actor Panga tested positive for Covid-19 in May. When he was diagnosed with Covid-19, he said he put himself in quarantine and said that Covid-19 “got too much press because it’s just a short-term flu.” The photo-sharing app allegedly deleted his message for misinformation about the Covid-19 Pandemic.
In the area of work, the release of Kangana Ranauten Thalaivi has been delayed due to the second wave of Covid-19. In addition to Thalaivi, the actor has Tejas, Dhaakad, Indira Gandhi’s biopic and Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda in his kitten.
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