Seema G Nair is a very popular actress in Malayalam cinema. The star is also one of the brightest stars on the big screen and mini screen alike. The actor’s acting and dialogue style quickly caught the attention of the actor. Seema is now sharing with fans what crises Kovid has created in his life. Let’s read Seema’s short story
Covid and I !!!
The three letters of life .. I was as big as everyone else .. So I was in a race after knowing it. No matter how much I add, that is life. In the meantime, people all over the world are having a hard time. Trouble will come to all. Even the gods have come. But it had time and place.
It smashed everything with no time or place. Man-made virus to kill mankind from Wuhan, China. Terrible atmosphere everywhere. The nations of the world collapsed one by one. Millions of people die. Moreover, they become infected. Lamentations everywhere. Prayers .. Everyone prays that it will not come to us. Or we hear those who came say about it. Let me stop here for a moment and come to my point.
I’m coming to work on September 4th. A little cough at 8 .. I had been taking maximum precautions since the day I found out about Kovid. Immunity booster and vitamin C each.9 went back to Chennai at night. He joined the shoot on the 10th. On the 11th, his body became unwell. I told the producer to take me to the hospital. I was taken to the Apollo Hospital in Chennai. Preliminary examination, some medicine, CT scan. So each one .. After all, back to the room. But his health was not good. The thought was that I should get home as soon as possible. The more I stayed in Chennai, the more I felt like I was going into trouble. Feeling we have ‘Run out of gas’ emotionally.
The first person I called was Yusuf Payipra, a friend of mine and CSR Deputy Manager at the Cochin Shipyard. Then things looked quick. Dr. Kovid in charge of Ernakulam. Calling Atul and talking. So I returned to Kochi by road from Chennai. Dr. Atul and the staff nurse VP at the Palliative Care Center had arranged facilities for me at Kalamassery Medical College. So on the 14th at 12.45 pm I was admitted to Kalamassery Medical College.
The names of a lot of private hospitals came before my eyes. Chennai Apollo and so on .. but I did not take my eyes off anything. Only the Government Medical College at Ernakulam is in sight. Hope did not go wrong. Treatment began quickly.
I was not afraid of Kovid. But pneumonia and diabetes came along. That’s what complicated my treatment. Many began to realize that I was in the ICU. My Mon Appu (Aromal) who was waiting for me in the car park of the medical college not knowing what to do .. but no one can do anything .. I lived through a lot of crisis and felt like I was stepping somewhere. But the health workers who stood by me, the RMO of the medical college. Dr. Ganesh Mohan and Hibi Eden MP cannot be forgotten. Those who prayed for me till the Kedavilakku, those who called my Mon Appu and told me not to have any tension. Rajeev Roshan, Idavela Babu, Nandu, Dinesh Panicker, Bibin George, Maya Viswanath, Balu, the owner of the Alappuzha Brothers Hotel, who used to call me every fortnight .. so many people from different parts of the world who know this.
I can’t name everyone .. Their prayer was only one. Most of the voice messages that came to me were cries. Your thing is not like everyone else, the good deeds you have done will now come to you in the sight of God, God will not give up .. Moments when I knew how much everyone loved me. The body did not feel heavy when a flower flew like a beard. But I knew what the weight was when I lay down. For mind and body.
There were so many things in life that broke my mind that had been going on in my mind for the past few days. I could not get out of it. I just sat there shaking like a loser. There were many experiences of being nailed to the chest. Now I am putting everything down in room number 13 of Kalamassery Medical College. 13 Many say it is an unfortunate number. But I did not feel that way. So I’m back to life .. Ernakulam Government Medical College with a lot of good health workers who gave back a lot of lives .. Thank you .. Thank you ..