Coronation Street’s Shobna Gulati details ‘terrible’ Covid-19 battle as she says her body ‘gave up’
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Shobna Gulati has described how tired and downtrodden she has been feeling since catching coronavirus back in March.
The 54 year old, who is known for portraying Sunita Alahan in the popular soap opera Coronation Street, appeared on Lorraine today, Tuesday 15 September, to detail the after-effects of the deadly bug.
Show host Lorraine, 60, jumped right in as she asked Shobna: "How are you? Because you had corona, did you not?"
Shobna replied: "Yeah. I'm doing a lot better. It's been a tough time. I got it in March and that's when I started piecing together the book as well."
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The soap actress, whose co-star Bill Roach recently said he's never going to quit his role on Corrie, went on to explain how difficult it has been trying to recover from Covid-19.
She said: "So the book gave me a huge focus to sort of get myself going everyday. But it was really difficult.
"My whole body decided to give up and I'm still feeling the effects now of it."
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"You know, I get terribly, terribly tired in a way that I never have done before because I'm not good at not being busy," Shobna added.
The last year hasn't been the easiest for the stunning star as last November she revealed her beloved mum Asha died after a dementia battle.
The actress penned an emotional tribute to her mum on social media and revealed that she passed away "peacefully".
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Shobna shared a beautiful picture of her mum and heartbreakingly said that she “doesn’t know how to live” with her and how she was the "lynchpin" of her family.
She wrote: “Our beautiful mum passed away, a few weeks ago, peacefully in her sleep .
"Still processing, these days are hard . She was our lynchpin connecting us as a family."
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Shobna, whose co-star Beverley Callard is learning to walk again after her botched hip operation, continued: "Our lives are changed and life is very different now .
"She did her very best and in the last 25 years I grew to know her as a person and the amazing woman that was our mum and for that circumstance and time I am truly grateful . [sic]
"She taught me such a lot … but not how to live without her . Completely heartbroken.” [sic]
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