The second wave of Coronavirus in India, has been devastating. People are facing a really challenging time as COVID-19 cases continue to increase. Television actor Aniruddh Dave tested positive for Coronavirus on April 23. It was being reported that he was admitted to a hospital in Bhopal, and was shifted to an ICU (Intensive Care Unit) after facing complications due to COVID-19. His friends from the TV industry such as Nia Sharma, Aastha Chaudhary and many others have been praying for his quick recovery.
Now, a spokesperson for Aniruddh shared a health update, and revealed that the actor is stable, and that he will be kept under observation for the next two days. Meanwhile, his friends from the industry have been sharing regular updates about his health, and have been requesting people to pray for him. Aniruddh’s wife Shubhi Ahuja took to her Instagram account today, and shared that she is facing the most challenging time of her life. She talked about the struggle of being by Aniruddh’s side, while also taking care of their 2 month-old-baby Anishq.
“While im on d way to Aniruddh whos critically suffering at d moment .. i had to leave back home my 2 month old Anishq and this definitely a biggest challenge i have faced as he on one side he is dependent on me as i ws nursing him & on d other side i need to be beside Aniruddh as well,” she wrote in her caption.
Shubhi requested everyone to pray for his recovery. “Having d toughest time of my life . PLEASE PRAY ,I request every dear ones, our frds,family, colleagues,fans of Aniruddh. Is waqt Mere Aniruddh aur Anishq ke Papa ko aapke prayers ki bahut bahut zarurat hai .. hum sab milkar usko theek kar sakte hain .. aap sab uski wellbeing ke liye pray kare,” she wrote. ALSO READ: Actor Aniruddh Dave Shifted To ICU A Week After Testing Positive For COVID-19; Friend Aastha Chaudhary Asks For Prayers
Image Source: Instagram/Aniruddh Dave
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