Twinkle Hannah showed a video of her fight for repairs while the country is still stuck for 21 days due to an outbreak of the coronavirus. Last week the actress, who was turned around by the writer, broke her leg and was taken to the hospital to be treated by her husband Akshay Kumar, who is an actor.
In the video Twinkle tries to repair her broken shoe with a glue gun. There’s also a broken pair of glasses next to it, found on the doctor’s tape. Twinkle wrote that the video will be split: I know there are bigger problems, but it literally scared the shit out of me! #Nobody shooting each other with an air gun.#
She’s talking in the video: Lose a trace in the bottom of a castle, but you can do it by first picking up those glasses… but I’ve now reached a turning point because this beautiful shoe I was wearing with this special shoe (plaster leg) is now broken and I’m trying to glue it. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work. God bless you all.
Her admirers could smell her and make both funny and fun comments about her post. asked a fan: Omg, will you seriously stop breaking things! Lol! The other called it self-service with the hands of an emogie.
A few days ago Twinkle showed a picture of her time in solitary confinement, where she sat with her injured leg and looked from her house to the sea. She wrote: And on the advice of @karankapadia officials the boys played Tic-Tac-To in my cast. On the positive side – I’ve never had a better time to break a leg, because where I was going anyway 🙂 # The good side of the clasp
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Meanwhile, Akshai announced that he would donate 25 Croatian rupees to the Prime Minister’s Narendra Modi CARES foundation to support the fight against the COWID 19 pandemic. In response, Twinkle twinkles about it: That man makes me proud. When I asked him if he was sure it was such a large amount of money and that we had to liquidate the funds, he simply replied: I had nothing when I started, and now I can stop myself from doing what I can for those who have nothing.