Aishwarya Rajinikanth Returns to Work After COVID Illness!
Aishwarya Rajinikanth used social media to let her fans and followers know that she is back on set following her COVID treatment.
Aishwaryaa Rajinikanth, the popular filmmaker, came to social media to inform her fans and followers that she is back on set following her recent post-COVID therapy. She gave a few behind-the-scenes looks into her upcoming project and expressed her delight to be back at work.
The filmmaker had previously revealed on social media that she had been admitted to the hospital after experiencing fever and vertigo.
‘It feels great to be back,’ Aishwarya Rajinikanth says.
On Thursday, March 10, Aishwaryaa Rajinikanth shared a series of photos from her time on the set of her next film on her Twitter account. She said it was ‘wonderful to be back’ on set after having therapy for her post-COVID treatment, as she shared photos of herself on the set of her film. She was observed giving orders to her staff from behind the camera while speaking into the microphone.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan had previously revealed on her social media accounts that she had been hospitalized following her recovery from COVID. She praised the physicians who looked after her during her treatment after she complained of a fever and vertigo. Life before covid and after covid…, she wrote. Back in the hospital with a fever, vertigo, and other symptoms! But it doesn’t feel that horrible when you get to meet one of the most gorgeous motivating motivational dynamic physicians to come and spend time with you, doctor Prithikachary! What a great way to start Women’s Day eve by meeting with you! Respectfully, ma’am.
The director also praised the staff for caring for her throughout her sickness on Women’s Day in the hospital. She lauded the nurses’ work and said that women put “unconditional love” into whatever they do. Celebrating women’s day with the most lovely set of nurses who have been taking care of me during this post-Covid sickness…caretaking…caregiving is basic emotions which women are born with…every woman should be celebrated n acknowledged as they give unconditional love to every role they play,” she wrote on Women’s Day.