New Delhi: Bollywood actress Twinkle Khanna is very active on social media. Recently the actress took to her Instagram handle and penned a poem about uncertain times that all of us are currently living in. The author penned the poem as her husband and actor Akshay Kumar is undergoing treatment for Covid-19 at a Mumbai hospital.
Alongside the beautiful poem, she also shared a video from her garden. In the video, her coffee mug can be seen. She wrote, “A series of todays. All the same. Leftover rainwater in a pothole. The future, a battered road that stretches as far as the eye can see. What else can we do to delight the heart except float paper boats of the past across these stagnant puddles (sic).”Her fans found her words ‘soothing’ and left heart emojis on her Instagram post.
Earlier on Monday, Akshay informed his fans and followers that he had been hospitalized for Covid-19. He took to his official Twitter and wrote, “Thank you everyone for all your warm wishes and prayers, they seem to be working. I am doing fine, but as a precautionary measure under medical advice, I have been hospitalised. I hope to be back home soon. Take care (sic).”
Akshay Kumar joined the list of Bollywood actors who contracted the novel coronavirus in the second wave of the pandemic in India on April 4. Informing everyone about his Covid diagnosis, he wrote, “I wish to inform everyone that, earlier this morning, I have tested positive for COVID-19. Following all the protocols, I have immediately isolated myself. I’m under home quarantine and have sought necessary medical care. I would sincerely request all those that have come in contact with me to get themselves tested and take care. Back in action very soon (sic).” Akshay was shooting for his upcoming film Ram Setu along with co-stars Nushrat Bharucha and Jacqueline Fernandez. On Monday, it was confirmed that 45 people who joined the film’s sets have also tested positive. The shoot of the film has now been halted.
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