- “Lockdown is two very different things,” Deepika said
- “Physically, I could not be identified,” Deepika said after Kovit
- “I had to take two months off work,” he added
In an exclusive interview with NDTV, actress Deepika Padukone opened up about her life during Govind Lockdown, and how she and her family “became” a person after being infected with the virus. During the second lockdown, Deepika Padukone revealed that she and her family were at the same time as Kovit, and it took a while for her to recover from the virus and return to work because her mind was not working. The actress described the stage as “very difficult”. In an interview with NDTV, Deepika Padukone was asked if the corona virus infection has transformed her into a person. We all tried to figure out what came to us. I am trying to understand how to lead our lives in this new wave. Lockdown is very different because everyone in my family, including me, was a coward at the same time. “
After recovering from COVID-19, he added that he “could not fully identify” himself: “I do not think anyone in India, not only in the world, could understand what was going on at that time. I was trying to understand what was going on. Life has changed for me because physically, I’m not fully recognizable … I (because) think of the drugs I was given, the steroids I put in. So Kovit is different, your body feels different, your mind feels different. “
Speaking about her life after COVID-19, Deepika Padukone told NDTV: “I felt sick but it was okay, but after that, I had to take two months off work because my mind was not working. So, I think that stage was very difficult for me. . “
Watch Deepika Padukone’s interview with NDTV here:
Deepika Padukone and her husband and actor Ranveer Singh stayed at their home in Mumbai during the first Govind Lockdown. Earlier this year, when the second wave of Govt-19 spread like wildfire, the couple went to Bangalore to live with Deepika Padukone’s parents for a few days.
New movie starring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh 83 Released in theaters on Friday. The film is based on India’s historic victory at the 1983 World Cup at Lord’s. Ranveer Singh plays the then captain of the cricket team Kapil Dev, while Deepika Padukone plays Kapil Dev’s wife Romy.