Twinkle Khanna pens a thoughtful poem as hubby Akshay Kumar battles Covid-19.

It was found out in the morning of 5th April that the Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar was diagnosed positive with covid-19 virus and has been hospitalized for the same, just for precautionary measures. This grim news was delivered by the actor himself on all his social media handles like Twitter and Instagram. The ‘Kesari star has also expressed his gratefulness for all the wishes and blessings he had received in these times of distress.

Twinkle Khanna pens a thoughtful poem as hubby Akshay Kumar battles Covid-19.

Twinkle Khanna, the actress and the wife of Akshay Kumar, dealing with the current circumstances, posted an Instagram reel that seizes the beauty of her garden on a hazy April morning. But what captures her followers’ attention the most is the caption below.

A series of todays. All the same. Leftover rainwater in a pothole. The future, a battered road that stretches as far as the eye can see. What else can we do to delight the heart except for float paper boats of the past across these stagnant puddles.

While this poem is open to many interpretations, it truly conveys her state of mind and heart worried for her family, stuck in a monotone of today which was no different than yesterday and what consoles her is the memory of the past.

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