Kamya Panjabi Travels Back To Mumbai As Unlock Phase 1 Kick In; Says, ‘Work Calling’

TV actress Kamya Panjabi posted a picture of her and her daughter all set to return to Mumbai, as the actress will resume work soon

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Kamya Panjabi Travels Back To Mumbai As Unlock Phase 1 Kick In; Says, ‘Work Calling’
With Unlock phase 1 executed by the government, many people have resumed work following the guidelines laid by the government to remain safe during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Film and TV industry is also set to reopen from this month itself and stars are pretty excited for the same. One of them is actress Kamya Panjabi, who is all set to get back to work. The actress who recently tied the knot with Delhi based businessman Shalabh Dang was stationed in the capital during the lockdown, is all set to fly back in town.

She posted a picture of her and her daughter Aara fully covered in a white zipper and track pant like bottom, personal protection equipment and mask with a cap to cover their head, hinting at all set to fly back to for work. She posted this picture with the caption, “Work Calling…” followed by an aeroplane emoji. It is reported that the actress is flying back in town to resume the shoot of her TV show, Shakti. This post of the actress got her fans concerned wishing her a safe journey during this pandemic.

Check out her post below-

The actress tied the knot to Shalabh Dang in February and the immediate implementation of the lockdown due to the outbreak of COVID-19 gave her ample time to spend with her husband and her in-laws in Delhi. ALSO READ: Kamya Panjabi On Getting Expensive Earrings From Husband Shalabh Dang, Says: ‘Was In A Relationship Where I Didn’t Get Even A Rose’

During the lockdown period, the actress often dropped some mushy pictures of them, just melting our hearts and setting some serious relationship goals. 





Image Source: Instagram/panjabikamya
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