A few days ago, Bigg Boss 14 contestant Arshi Khan was spotted by the paparazzi at the Mumbai Airport. A day later, Arshi took to her social media account to inform her fans that she received COVID test reports from airport authorities, and that she has contracted Coronavirus. Soon, well-wishers and friends wished her a speedy recovery. Now, her Bigg Boss 14 co-contestant has also lauded Arshi Khan’s ‘attitude positive’ approach in life.
Abhinav Shukla took to his Twitter account, and shared a message with his fans while stressing the importance of being ‘attitude positive’. He wrote that as we continue to battle the pandemic, it is this positive attitude that will help us. Abhinav added that while it may not prevent one from being ‘COVID positive’ but it will definitely make one feel better through the fight. He then cited Arshi Khan’s example.
Abhinav Shukla’s tweet read, “Guys being ‘attitude positive’ might not prevent you from being ‘COVID positive’ but will surely make you feel little better through the whole fight. @Arshikofficial_is an example !”
Guys being ‘attitude positive’ might not prevent you from being ‘COVID positive’ but will surely make you feel little better through the whole fight. @Arshikofficial_ is an example ! 😊— Abhinav Shukla (@ashukla09) April 21, 2021
Arshi Khan, who has been staying alone in Mumbai, revealed in a recent interview with ETimes, that she is still figuring out how to manage everything alone. Arshi will be informing her househelp about her COVID-19 diagnosis, and will ask her not to come for work until she completely recovers. During the interview, Arshi also mentioned that her mother is worried. “My mom is crying and asking me to come home in Bhopal so she can take care of me. But I told her that's not possible. can't risk my family's health, so I won't be going there for a while now,” she said.
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