F.I.R actress Mahika Sharma who was stranded in London for four last months will be back in India. Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, maximum countries stopped people from travelling to curtail the spread of the Novel Coronavirus. Today as the actress turns a year older, she is packed with mixed feelings as she will be back in the country soon, but is also worried as she won’t be meeting anyone and has decided to self quarantine herself for a month’s time.
Just a couple of hours before her birthday, she dropped some sizzling hot pictures of her on her Instagram, from a beach outing, soaring the temperature. She said, “I am very much happy. As I'll turn a year older on 26th july.” Adding further, the former Miss Teen Northeast reveals that she already had fun in London. "I enjoyed sea beach here.. The sun set was all sexy.. I'm taking some good memories from here," she added. She also thanked the air carrier for scheduling some flights in between 26th -30th July.
“And I'm thankful that Air India announced a schedule between India-London-India from 26th to 30th July. I'm really thankful to them,” she adds. The actress known for television shows like Tu Mere Agal Bagal Hai and Ramayana later adds, "I'm scared and nervous. After reaching back to my country. I'm not going meet anyone or celebrate my birthday. I will get myself self quarantine atleast for a month long. I have asked my help to clean the house and arrange the basic needs and glossaries for me. Sad but I'll stay all alone on my birthday. But I'm happy that god blessed me a with a gift to return back to my land, my India."
Mahika was earlier considered for BiggBoss 14 but later for her foreign travel history the actress will not be able to be part of the most loved controversial reality TV show. ALSO READ: Kavita Kaushik Slams A Troll Targeting Comedian Who Joked About Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s Statue
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