Malaika Arora on being COVID-19 positive, says ‘biggest challenge was to not meet my son’
Malaika Arora opens up on the biggest challenge she faced during the home quarantine due to COVID-19.
A few days back, Malaika Arora took to her social media handle and confirmed that she has been tested positive for the novel Coronavirus, now, the EMI actress, in an interview, spoke about the biggest challenge she faced during her isolation period.
Talking to Mid-Day, Malaika Arora stated that not being able to meet her son was the biggest challenge, “The biggest challenge was not being able to meet my son. We spoke to each other from our balconies.”
A few days back, the actress had shared a photo of her son Arhaan and her dog Casper, in which she can be seen interacting to them through balcony to maintain social distancing, she captioned the photo as, “Love knows no boundaries”. With our social distancing and self quarantine in place, we still find a way to check on eachother, see eachother and talk. While my heart breaks to not be able to hug my two babies for another few days, just looking at their sweet faces gives me so much courage and energy to power through….”
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"Love knows no boundaries". With our social distancing and self quarantine in place, we still find a way to check on eachother, see eachother and talk. While my heart breaks to not be able to hug my two babies for another few days, just looking at their sweet faces gives me so much courage and energy to power through…. #thistooshallpass🙏
Further, she said that she could not practise yoga, “I did not have breathlessness, but showed some mild symptoms. I complained of weakness, which tends to happen when your body is fighting a disease. While I couldn’t practise my yoga routine as I was weak, I made sure I performed the basic asanas, and practised breathing exercises like anulom vilom and kapalbhati.”
Lastly, she advised everyone to ‘exercise regularly, and consume healthy food and immunity drinks.’