Veteran Supriya Pilgaonkar was worried about stepping out amid the COVID-19 pandemic and was hesitant. However, the actress told Hindustan Times how she has now overcome the fear and while she was supposed to resume work when the first lockdown opened, she was worried and the vaccine wasn't done back then either.
She further revealed how she opted out of a show and also did not take up on any show until January. However, when she started shooting, she did get the confidence and then got the virus. However, she feels that the virus has trained them and that after recovering, she managed to become resilient thinking how long can one sit at home. She also mentioned how after contracting the virus, she knew that it is upon the Gods on how things happen.
She further mentioned how no matter how much you be careful and how much you sanitise, you don't know what is going to happen and hence, she has left it on God now because she can't get scared and stay home. She also mentioned how a bio bubble isn't totally possible as a lot of people are involved and hence, people to come and go. However, having gotten vaccinated has instilled her with confidence.
She concluded by saying how for her current show, Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi 3, everyone is vaccinated and that brings her confidence and also helps her be at ease.