The outbreak of Coronavirus has raised all the warning signs in the entire world. Amid all this, a number of Indian celebrities are under self-quarantine and they has been staying indoors and strictly following self-isolation.
Recently, Bollywood actress Shriya Saran opened up about her Coronavirus experience involving her husband Andrei Koscheev. The couple lives in Spain and it is among one of the worst-hit countries due to this pandemic.
Shriya Saran shares her experience about husband having COVID-19
The actress said that despite having Covid-19 like symptoms her husband was asked to go back home by the doctors. In an interview with Times of India, Shriya said, “Andrei began to develop a dry cough and fever. We rushed to a hospital but the doctors were overwhelmed and urged us to leave. ‘Chances are that even if he doesn’t have Covid-19, he will get it if he stays here,’ the doctors told us. So we decided to go home and self-isolate ourselves and get treatment at home. We slept in different rooms and maintained a safe distance from each other. Thankfully, he’s feeling better now, so I hope the worst is behind us.”
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Shriya also opened up about their second marriage anniversary on March 13, which turned out to be the day when they realised the seriousness of the situation. She said, “We had made a reservation but when we got to the restaurant, we saw that it was shut. That’s when it dawned upon us that things are really serious; the whole of Spain was under lockdown. From then on, everything changed. The police passed a rule allowing only one person per household to step out and that too only if absolutely unavoidable. In fact, Andrei and I were once stopped by the cops but since he is white and I’m brown, they didn’t realise we were together, so they let us go.”
Shriya and Andrei got married as per Hindu traditions in Udaipur. Shriya Saran was last seen in the movie Phamous in 2018. The actor also made a guest appearance in the movie NTR: Kathanayakudu last year, which is a Telugu movie.