Shefali Shah With Son (Photo Credit: Instagram)
Actor Shefali Shah has kept her sons under quarantine in her house after they returned from Spain. The doting mother of two however is having a tough time keep them away from her even after living under the same roof.
Shefali and filmmaker Vipul has kept their kids, Maurya and Aryaman in home quarantie after they returned from Spain on Mrach 15 as the country recorded the highest number of cases after Italy and went on a countrywide lockown. Shah, is keeping her family safe from Covid-19 by ensuring that her sons are confined to respective rooms.
Shah is personally taking care of the hygiene of the house, doing all chores as she cannot trust anyone with its magnitude. The Delhi Crime actress admitted that she is frustrated with the situation but glad that atleast they are near her even when she cannot see them , sit together and chat. “We actually stand in our bedroom decks and see them… it’s not easy,” says the actor.
Shah meanwhile is keeping her 18 year old engaged with board game. “I have left board games like ludo and said, ‘Have fun boys’, but obviously, they are not! They are 18, for God’s sake!” said the actress in her post.
Keeping the humour intact in her post Shah shared that she wants her boys to out also to get added help for household work . “I just wanted to say, I can’t wait for you to come out of rooms, not because I love you, but because I could do with two extra pair of hands to help with the housework. Oh, and by the way, I do love you all. Love, mom.”
A day after nationwide lockdown for three weeks was announced, the 47-year-old actor wrapped her head in plastic to convey how it lungs will feel when one is affected with coronavirus. Pleading her followers to follow the government mandate of lockdown Shah said, "So, we have no option. Just deal with it. Stay at home. And yes, do it for your safety, for your family's safety. Because one... some person gets it, it's gonna spread like wildfire. It is already. If this isn't a warning enough, I really don't know what is."