Tamannaah Bhatia talks about her battle with COVID-19: I was so sick, weak & scared
- The Baahubali actress Tamannaah Bhatia talks about her COVID-19 experience
- Recently, the actress thanked the doctors and nurses who helped her
- She awaits the release of a couple of south Indian movies and a Hindi project
It’s known that actress Tamannaah Bhatia recently tested positive for coronavirus and got herself admitted to a private hospital in Hyderabad. The Baahubali actress contracted the virus despite taking all the preventive measures while shooting on sets. After treatment at the hospital, she tested negative for COVID-19 a few days ago.
On Saturday, the versatile diva took to Twitter to thank the doctors, nurses, and staff members at the hospital for helping her tide over the crisis. Tamannaah said that she was very scared after contracting the virus.
“Words cannot describe how grateful I am to the doctors, nurses and the staff at @Continental_hyd. I was so sick, weak & scared but the you made sure that I was comfortable and treated in the best possible way. The kindness, sincere caring, and concern made everything better! (sic),” the multi-lingual actress wrote.
After getting discharged, Tamannaah stayed in isolation at her Hyderabad home for a week. She headed back home, to Mumbai earlier this week and shared a three-minute-long video of her grand homecoming. She captioned the video, “Homecoming (sic),” with a house emoji.
When she tested positive, the beauty exuded optimism and said that she will “recover fully from this health peril which is distressing so many people around the world.”
On the work front, Tamannaah will next be seen in Gopichand’s Seetimaarr. She will also star in the Hindi film Bole Chudiyan, opposite Nawazuddin Siddiqui. She is also doing the Telugu film That Is Mahalakshmi, which is a remake of the superhit Bollywood film Queen. Besides Tamannaah, the upcoming film also stars Shibani Dandekar in a supporting role. There are rumours that it will be a direct-to-streaming release. The project was completed in 2018 itself.