Author and wife of actor Ayushmann Khurrana, Tahira Kashyap has shared her thoughts on what many of us are going through. Taking to Instagram, Kashyap spoke about feeling vulnerable and experiencing breakdowns as India battles the deadly second wave of the COVID-19 virus. “You know I often come across captions like ‘found it cute might delete it later’. That has been happening to me quite a lot except that I’m not feeling cute at all. There is anger, there is frustration, there is despair, often meltdowns and breakdowns and feelings of being defeated and these emotions never make it to my social media but today I feel like sharing and I don’t think I’m gonna delete it later. I’m sorry for all that we are going through. As much as I want to say I understand your pain I really can never understand and perhaps the same goes the other way around too,” Kashyap said in the video.
“Some pains are physical, some mental, not comparing which one is tougher. The battle is on and we’re losing out on a lot of soldiers. But in these times amidst all the feeling that you’re going through I request you to accommodate a silent prayer, some compassion, and a heart to share. We have every right to feel anger, every right to voice your opinion. This we must. There is no humanity in being delusional. But keep a portion of the day to pray and have a heart to share. Just wanted to share this,” she added. Kashyap and Khurrana had earlier come forward to do their bit to help out their fellow citizens. The celebrity couple had shared that they have to the Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s Relief Fund.