Manoj Bajpayee says, ‘COVID-19 is painful and worrisome’

Manoj Bajpayee tested positive for COVID-19 on March 12 and he is currently in self-quarantine.

Manoj Bajpayee tested positive for COVID-19 on March 12 and he is currently in self-quarantine. On Friday, March 12th afternoon, Actor Manoj Bajpayee has tested positive for COVID-19 and is in self-quarantine at his home.

Well taliking about this he said, “His first priority was his daughter’s safety and he is frustrated to be away from her despite being in the same house. The actor says he has been following the protocols to the T and is not happy about the fact that he contracted the virus not because of his fault but due to someone else’s carelessness.” 

Talking about his take on COVID-19 precautions he said, “My wife and I are recovering well, thank you. The first few days were very painful and worrisome, because the symptoms were quite pronounced. It is something I wouldn’t want anyone to go through. It’s not only painful annoying and bothersome. The worst thing is its unpredictability. You never know what kind of pain awaits you next while you are infected.”

“It’s better to be cautious and protected than to go through what I am going through. Follow the protocol and restrictions as much as possible. It is frustrating to be sitting at home doing nothing, just when we thought things were getting back to normal. But that’s the way it is. We are mere mortals, we have no idea of the plans the Almighty has for us. We keep unnecessarily making plans down here when the one above mahas other plans. I want you to know we love you and want you to stay safe and healthy,” he further added. 

The actor was recently shooting for his film Despatch. The film’s shoot was halted after the actor contracted the virus.

The sudden rise of cases amid COVID-19 has hit Maharashtra again and one after other celebs are testing positive for novel coronavirus. 

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