Actor Sameera Reddy And Kids, COVID-Positive, Are Trying To Keep Their "Spirits Up"

"Have your children play indoors and please do wear a mask," wrote Sameera Reddy

Actor Sameera Reddy And Kids, COVID-Positive, Are Trying To Keep Their 'Spirits Up'

Sameera Reddy shared this image. (courtesy reddysameera)

Highlights

  • Sameera and her husband tested positive for COVID-19
  • Their kids also contracted the virus
  • "Thank you for the heartfelt wishes," wrote Sameera
New Delhi:

Actress Sameera Reddy and her kids, who contracted the virus a few days ago, are trying to keep their spirits up. On Wednesday, she shared a video, in which her kids can be seen happily posing for the camera. She captioned the post: "Keeping our spirits up. Thank you for the heartfelt wishes. How is everyone feeling today? I know there is a deep sense of worry and I feel you. The most sensible thing is to stay home, only step outside for essentials, be very alert, have your children play indoors and please do wear a mask." She signed off her post with these words: "We are sending out love and positive energy to all you beautiful" and added the hashtags #positivevibes, #staysafe and #messymama.

See Sameera Reddy's post here:

Sameera Reddy, earlier this week, revealed that she, her husband Akshai Varde and their kids tested positive for COVID-19 recently. Her mother-in-law tested negative. "Me and Akshai tested positive soon after the kids. We have started the medications, steam inhalation, salt water gargles, breathing exercises, pranayama and eating wholesome meals and are diligently following our doctors recommendations. This is the time to be smart and focus on what helps. Not negative. Not fearful . Just be alert to protect yourself and others. We have to be mindful of this. It is the only way," read an excerpt from her post.

Sameera Reddy married Akshay Varde in 2013. On the work front, she was last seen in Kannada movie Varadhanayaka. Sameera Reddy has featured in Bollywood films such as Taxi No 9211 and Maine Dil Tujhko Diya to name a few.