Kriti Kharbanda was 'terrified' she had contracted coronavirus after attending engagement of Pulkit Samrat's brother
Kriti Kharbanda, who has been in self-quarantine for a month, said that she started noticing coronavirus-like symptoms soon after she landed back home from a wedding function in Delhi
Actress Kriti Kharbanda has revealed that she was terrified that she had contracted the COVID-19 virus after a recent bout of flu following her trip to Delhi.
Kriti, who has been in self-quarantine for a month, told Mumbai Mirror that her symptoms started showing soon after she landed back home.
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The Housefull 4 actress was in Delhi to attend the engagement event of boyfriend Pulkit Samrat’s brother. She got a cough and cold and thought it was best not to mingle because of the symptoms. “I was terrified I had contracted the virus,” the actress revealed, adding that since test kits were unavailable back then and she did not have a fever, doctors advised her to maintain social distance and monitor her symptoms. “I was paranoid for the first three days, then, I started to feel better,” the report quoted her as saying. Kriti also revealed that Pulkit has helped her through the difficult time. Kriti said she is grateful to have him with her and cannot imagine how other couples who don't stay together are dealing with the coronavirus lockdown. The actress revealed they are playing board games, dumb charades and antakshari to kill their boredom. On April 9, Pulkit had shared a black and white video of playing the piano and dancing together. The clip showed the two dancing to different songs. Check it out here
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While the actor captioned the post, "Seven Notes. Several Hours," Kriti commented on it with several heart emojis.
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