Actor Anirudh Dave who is known for his work in Television as well as Bollywood is battling for his life in the hospital. The actor who is currently admitted to a hospital in Bhopal has been shifted to an ICU (Intensive Care Unit) after facing complications due to COVID-19. Aniruddh who had contracted Coronavirus on April 23 had quarantined himself at a hotel. However, his condition got serious due to which he was shifted to a hospital.
Since yesterday Aniruddh Dave's friends from the industry have been constantly updating about his health on their social media pages and have been requesting people to pray for him. And now his wife Shubhi Ahuja, who is also a TV artist has finally taken to her Instagram to share her struggle between his health and taking care of their two-month-old baby. ALSO READ: Actor Aniruddh Dave Shifted To ICU A Week After Testing Positive For COVID-19; Friend Aastha Chaudhary Asks For Prayers
Sharing an old video of Aniruddh playing with his baby Anishq, Shubhi wrote, "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 and on the other side i need to be beside Aniruddh as well. Having the toughest time of my life . PLEASE PRAY, I request every dear ones, our friends, 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". ALSO READ: Patiala Babes Fame Aniruddh Dave And Shubhi Ahuja Blessed With A Baby Boy; Actor Says ‘Both Mom And Baby Are Hale And Hearty’
For those who are unaware Anirrudh and Shubhi were blessed with their first child on January 16 and named him Anishq.
We wish for Aniruddh's speedy recovery!
Image source: Instagram/shubhiahuja
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