In March, Bigg Boss 14 contestant Nikki Tamboli had tested positive for COVID-19 and went under isolation immediately. Now, it is her brother who tested positive for the virus and Nikki is worried for him as he is admitted to a hospital. However, as per Nikki's recent post, it seems like her brother is in critical condition as she sought blessings from her fans. Tamboli took to her Instagram stories to ask for strength and blessings for her brother.
Her post read, “Need lot of blessings for my brother who is currently fighting with COVID and many other things and since very long time, need strength to me and my entire family,” followed by folded hand emojis. Sometime back, she went live on Instagram where she revealed to have donated her plasma and then said, “My own brother who was recently admitted in a hospital is tested covid positive too. I am once again requesting everyone to take care of themselves. The situation out there is bad. Whenever my parents call me I get scared that what would be the news.” She also hoped to see the COVID catastrophe end soon.
In an interview with SpotboyE.com, Tamboli was asked if her COVID days were scary, to which she said that the ground under her feet was shaken after learning about the same as she thinks COVID is the worst thing one can have.
“For 10 days I was not into senses and just lying on the bed. I couldn't breathe properly. I had sent all my family members away as everyone was negative except me. I had sent all my servants also as I didn't want because of me a single person also should go through the same suffering. I used to just brush my teeth take bath to eat and sleep the whole day and the next day repeat the same for almost 10 days. As I had lost my taste and smell also, it was a very difficult time for me. I used to sleep for 18-19 hours a day,” she told us.
Image source: Instagram/ nikki_tamboli
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