Ayushmann Khurrana’s wife Tahira Kashyap who often shares some goofy posts on her social media has finally opened up about her current state of mind. The director dropped a video where she poured her heart out as the country battles the deadly virus. She shared, unlike the usual captions that are something on the lines of 'found it cute might delete it later', this time she shared that she is not feeling cute at all. Rather this time her Instagram post is about her emotions such as anger, frustration, despair, meltdown she is experiencing, defeat.
Also, she says she won’t delete this post, as she feels sorry for the pain each one is going through in India. Though she says she can understand, she very well knows, it can’t be understood. She is heard saying in the video, “I'm sorry for all that we are going through. As much as I want to say I understand your pain I really can never understand and perhaps the same goes the other way around too.” Stating this COVID-19 pandemic being tough on people mentally as well as physically, she shares losing people in this battle to be disheartening.
Hence, while we all are filled with anger, she requests us to have that little time in the day for silent prayers and a heart to share. She added, further, “We have every right to feel anger, every right to voice your opinion this we must there is no humanity in being delusional. But keep a portion of the day to pray and have a heart to share. Just wanted to share this.” She shared this video with the caption, “Feeling vulnerable... let’s stick together” watch the video below-
The video received red hearts from Shama Sikander, Mukti Mohan, Neelam Kothari, Lizelle Remo D’souza and more. ALSO READ: Ayushmann Khurrana And Tahira Kashyap Contribute To MAHA CM’s Relief Fund Amid COVID-19 Crisis; ‘This Is The Time When We Should Come Together As A Community’
Image Source: Instagram/tahirakashyap
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