May 18 : Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra, who was tested positive for COVID-19 recently, is self-quarantined at home, and is recovering from the virus. Shilpa was tested negative. The actress took to her Instagram handle and shared a funny picture with an equally hilarious caption.
Shilpa shared a mushy picture with Raj Kundra and it is all about "love in the time" of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the picture, the Kundra couple can be seen indulging in a romantic moment. While Shilpa is seen on one side of a glass, wearing double masks, Raj, who is in isolation, is on the other side of the glass. The couple is lovingly gazing at each other. Sharing the health update of Raj Kundra, Shilpa wrote that Raj has almost finished with his quarantine period. The actress also thanked all well-wishers and fans for their good wishes.
Quoting the popular song Kaho Naa...Pyaar Hai from the 2000 film of the same name, the actress gave a twist to it and wrote, “Love in the time of Corona! Corona pyar hai #Nearlydone! Thankyou all for your wishes, concern and prayers . #strong #positivevibes #gratitude #love #conquer #corona
The actress shared a selfie on her Instagram story in which she is seen taking all necessary precautions at home. In the picture, the actress can be seen sporting a mask along with a face shield, and a PPE kit. In the caption, Shilpa wrote, "Can't wait to say corona...#Justbeatit. #Strongerthanever."
Shilpa had shared a statement on May 7 on her Instagram handle and revealed that not only Raj Kundra, but their kids Viaan and Samiksha also tested COVID positive. Raj's parents, Shilpa's mom Sunanda Shetty and two of their house staff members had also tested positive for coronavirus. "The last 10 days have been difficult for us as a family. My parents-in-law tested positive for COVID-19, followed by Samisha, Viaan-Raj, my Mom, and lastly, Raj. They have all been in isolation in their rooms at home as per the official guidelines and have been following the doctor's advice..." her statement read.
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