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Aniruddh Dave in ICU after testing positive for the coronavirus, wife Shubhi asks friends and fans to pray

Actor Aniruddh Dave, who was admitted to the ICU after testing positive for Covid-19, is said to be stable. Earlier in the day, the actor's wife Shubhi shared a picture of Aniruddh with his newborn and asked his fans to pray for him.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: May 2, 2021 8:23:40 am
Aniruddh Dave ICUAniruddh Dave tested positive for the coronavirus last week. (Photo: Shubhhi/Instagram)

Actor Aniruddh Dave has been moved to the ICU of a hospital in Bhopal after his health deteriorated due to Covid-19 complications. The actor, who was shooting in Bhopal for a web series, tested positive for the virus last week. His team has now said that the actor is stable and will be kept under observation for the next two days by the doctors. They also requested fans not to pay heed to rumours.

On Saturday, Aniruddh’s wife Shubhi took to Instagram and shared how she is having the hardest time of her life as her husband, who is critical, needs her, and she had to leave their 2-month-old son behind.

“While I am on the way to Aniruddh who is critically suffering at d moment .. I had to leave back home my 2 month old Anishq and this definitely a biggest challenge I have faced as he on one side he is dependent on me as I was nursing him & on the other side, I need to be beside Aniruddh as well,” she wrote.



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She asked Aniruddh’s fans and friends to pray for his well-being. “Having the toughest time of my life . PLEASE PRAY ,I request every dear ones, our friends, family, colleagues, fans of Aniruddh. Is waqt Mere Aniruddh aur Anishq ke Papa ko aapke prayers ki bahut bahut zarurat hai .. hum sab milkar usko theek kar sakte hain .. aap sab uski wellbeing ke liye pray kare,” she concluded.

TV Actor Aastha Chaudhary also shared the news on social media and requested people to pray for her friend. “Need prayers for our friend @anirudh_dave. He is in ICU. Plz spare a minute and pray for him,” Aastha, who has been a part of shows like Uttaran, Veera and Kesari Nandan, wrote on her Instagram story.



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Shubhi’s post received messages from television stars. Jay Bhanushali wrote on the post, “Be strong he is a fighter..we all are praying for him.” Sargun Mehta said she is praying for Aniruddh’s well-being. Bhagyashree commented, “Wishing him a speedy recovery, i am sure he will get thru this difficult time…. don’t worry…. let me know if I can help.” Mrunal Jain also offered prayers for Anirrudh’s well being.

Last week, Aniruddh Dave took to social media to share that he has been diagnosed with Covid-19. He wrote, “Chaha toh bohot ki tumse mulaqat na ho. Woh kahawat hai na bakre ki amma kab tak khair manayegi, bahar aao toh shikaar hona hi hai (I never wanted to meet coronavirus. As they say, a goat is never safe, he will be hunted down as soon as he steps out).”


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The actor had isolated himself and was being treated under the supervision of doctors at home. In his social media post, the Patiala Babes actor requested people who came in contact with him to get tested as well. “Jeevan mein bohot positive hoon, bas yehi negative chahta tha… Haan, waqt yeh bhi guzar jayega. Bohot bohot pyaar (I am very positive about life, I just wanted my report to be negative. This too shall pass. Lots of love),” he concluded his note.

On the work front, Aniruddh Dave is awaiting the release of his big Bollywood project Bell Bottom. The spy thriller also stars Akshay Kumar, Vaani Kapoor, Huma Qureshi and Lara Dutta among others.

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