Actress Malaika Arora, who tested positive for corona virus two weeks ago, has finally recovered with "minimum pain and discomfort". She took to Instagram on Sunday to give an update about her health to her fans and followers. She also thanked her doctors, BMC, family, friends and fans for their love and support.
Sharing a picture of herself sporting a mask on her Instagram handle, Malaika wrote, ““Out and about”... M finally out of my room after so many days, it feels like an outing in itself.... I feel so blessed to have overcome this virus with minimum pain and discomfort. A big thanks to my doctors for their medical guidance, to BMC for making this process hassle-free, to my family for their immeasurable support and to all my friends, neighbours and fans for all their good wishes and the strength that I got from your messages and support. I can't thank you all enough in words for what everyone has done for me in these difficult times. All of you please stay safe and take care.”
Malaika was quarantined at her Mumbai home after she was diagnosed of COVID-19 on September 7. A week ago, she shared a heartbreaking post on Instagram for not being able to meet her son Arhaan and pet dog all this while due to corona virus.
Malaika announced her COVID-19 diagnosis a day after her actor boyfriend Arjun Kapoor revealed he has tested positive for corona virus.
Malaika Arora is best-known for her dance performances to songs like ‘Chaiyya Chaiyya’ (Dil Se) and Munni Badnaam Hui (Dabangg) among many others. She has featured as a judge in various television dance reality shows such as Nach Baliye, India's Best Dancer, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa and others.
Prior to her diagnosis, Malaika was shooting for Sony TV's reality show ‘India's Best Dancer’ on which she serves as a judge that resumed after the government allowed film and TV production to commence as a part of the Unlock procedure.
The production of the show, which also features Geeta Kapoor and Terence Lewis as judges, was put on hold earlier this month after some of the crew members tested positive for the virus.