Earlier, on Friday, 7th January, noted South actress Trisha Krishnan, popular for her roles in several Tamil and Telugu movies both in the mainstream and art zones, had announced to everybody that she had contracted COVID-19 (probably the Omicron variant, which has been spreading rampantly albeit with far lesser effects that the earlier version) a littler over a week ago, and has currently quarantined herself, taking all the necessary measures to convalesce, and is presently on the road to recovery. Well, Trisha has now shared another update on her battle with COVID19 on social media for her fans and well-wishers.
Taking to her official Twitter handle, Trisha Krishnan wrote: “Despite taking all the precautions and safety measures, I tested positive just a little before the New Year. You name the symptoms, I had it. I’m recovering and feel better today thanks to my vaccinations. I request everyone to do the same and mask up. Hoping to clear my tests and fly back home soon. My heartfelt thanks to the best family and friends I have and for all the prayers.” Check out her tweet below:
Trisha Krishnan recently completed 19 years in Indian cinema, having made her debut opposite Suriya in the Tamil movie, Mounam Pesiyadhe. She’s starred in over fifty films across multiple South languages and also in a couple of Hindi movies, too. The actress awaits the release of next Tamil thriller, Raangi, which is expected to head straight to OTT, followed by Mani Ratnam's ensemble periodic film, Ponniyin Selvan.
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