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Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2 actor Sahil Anand recalls the time he had tested positive for COVID-19

Popular TV actor, who was also seen in Karan Johar’s Student of the Year, has been finally tested negative for COVID-19. The actor was diagnosed with coronavirus in the last month after Parth Samthaan. In a recent interview, the actor opened up on how he was terrified post his test result and fight with the deadly virus. Talking to Zoom Digital, Sahil said, “When I lost my sense to taste and smell, I was terrified! So, now that I’ve recovered, I’m really happy that these symptoms no longer persists, and I can do the things I used to do normally! The coronavirus made me realise how precious life is! It also made me realise the value of the little things in life. Little things like being able to taste, smell, and just be healthy.” Also Read – Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2: Sahil Anand opens up on quitting the show, says, ‘I think my decision was right at the right time’

He added, “To whoever got the virus, I’d like to ask them to stay strong, and fight the virus hard bravely! One needs to have a strong will to come out of the virus”! The actor recently gave an update of his good health on Instagram via video with a caption, “To all my loved ones who missed me, I was recovering from the coronavirus in the past few weeks, and I’m more than happy to tell you guys that I’ve won my battle against the virus, and I’m free of it! I hope to recover completely in the coming days, and bounce back to normal very soon! Love you guys!” Also Read – Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2’s Sahil Anand on nepotism debate: ‘If you look around, only Ayushmann Khurrana and Sushant Singh Rajput from outside had made it big’

The actor earlier told SpotBoye about his reason to leave KZK and said, “I wanted to quit Kasautii because I had other projects coming up, and my track wasn’t resuming. But my new project got pushed to a later date, and I received a call from the makers to come back for the last track. So, I thought why not. I did get to know that it’s going off-air. This show is actually very close to my heart. We’ve all become like a family now. It’s one memory that will always stay with me.” He added, “I think my decision was right at the right time. I actually thought I’d give it another one or two months but then the lockdown happened, and the storyline took another path. In the meantime, I got offers from various other projects, so I was considering those. But right now this one project I have has been pushed to either November or December. So, what happens, happens for good!”

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