Veteran Pakistani actress Rubina Ashraf, who defeated coronavirus and returned residence after over a month in the hospital, has mentioned that she was feeling good to be again home.
Taking to Instagram, the Ishq Ki Intiha actress shared a household photograph and mentioned, “So good to be residence.”
She went on to say, “I’m so blessed to have mates who stood by me and my household all through so blessed to have a household who fought tooth and nail for my life.”
She as soon as once more thanked everybody for prayers, saying “and eternally grateful to everybody who prayed for me #covid19.”
So good to be home I am so blessed to have friends who stood by my family and me throughout so lucky to have a family who fought tooth and nail for my life… and eternally grateful to everyone who prayed for me #covid19
A submit shared by Rubina Ashraf (@ashrafrubina) on Jul 24, 2020, at 11:00pm.
Rubina returned to the residence on Wednesday after combating the novel coronavirus in the hospital for over a month.
Rubina Ashraf’s daughter Minna Rubina Tariq had shared candy images along with her mom and wrote, “To the smile, I assumed ailing by no means have the ability to see once more, the arms I believed ailing by no means get to kiss once more. My beloved amma fought for a month and got here again to us, every day I prayed to Allah to provide me probably the most valuable factor again. how every day she would combat again to return to us was probably the most stunning feeling.”
To the smile, I thought ill never be able to see again, the hands I thought sick never get to kiss again. My beloved amma fought for a month and came back to us, each day I prayed to Allah to give me the most precious thing back, looking at how each day she would fight back to come to us was the most beautiful feeling. This time not only taught me to care for her more, but to know I am nothing without her. This picture and post are mostly to thank all the people who prayed for her, her fans who always messaged and asked about her and wished her well. Please keep her in your prayers. We love you too bits Special thanks to @samanjumm for capturing these beautiful moments and Nida @bazzlepk for putting this beautiful setup for us.
A submit shared by Minna Rubina Tariq (@minnatariq) on Jul 22, 2020, at 12:58
Rubina contracted Covid-19 on June three and had quarantined herself at residence.
Later, in keeping with experiences, she was shifted to ICU after her well being deteriorated.