Gouri Tonnk: I miss being with Yash right now

Separating from your partner is never easy. And, it becomes even more difficult when your other half is not by your side during a crisis. Ask actress Gouri Tonnk . Although he regularly publishes videos to spread awareness about the COVID-19 pandemic and motivates people to stay safe, she misses her loving husband, Yash Tonk . The actress recently posted a message on Instagram about how much she misses him. She said to us: Yes, he is not with us in Mumbai. I am taking care of the family, our daughters Pari, Myrah and my mother, and also running errands. ”

So where's Yash? Gouri replied: “He went to Hisar (Haryana) to shoot a movie on March 17. Initially, his plan was to return to Mumbai if the situation (due to the pandemic) worsens and filming stops. A few days later, it was announced that there will be no shooting until March 31. However, since there was a loud buzz that shooting would resume if the situation improves, he stood still.

She added: When that didn't happen, I told her to go to her parents' house in Sonipat, which is a few hours from Hisar. He was hesitant since he did not want to leave his unit, but I told him not to burden the producer with his food and lodging expenses. And, a day or two later, the national blockade was announced. We were surprised when we realized that we would not be together during such a crisis.

Naturally, she misses Yash's loving presence. Gouri shared: “At a time like this, you want your partner to be with you. Koi says: Hota Hai, Toh tension aur pressure Wali situation Mein Thoda better feel Hota Hai. I miss him saying, Don't worry baby, sab theek ho jaayega even when the tide is against us. I'm handling everything on my own and putting on a brave front, but there are times when I need your shoulders to rest. He also misses us a lot.

Although they chat by video, meeting in the virtual world is not the same. The actress said: “Hum log ek doosre ko video call karte rehte hain. Every time I see him on the call, I want to burst into tears, but I hold back my tears for my daughters, since I don't want to appear weak in front of them. The good thing is that he is at home with his parents, they are taking care of each other. Our daughters miss him very much, especially Myrah. It's hard to make him understand that Dad won't come home until the lockdown is over. She says things like: Dekho papa, aapki baby ko chot lagi hai, aa jao na. It breaks my heart. Hamare jaise kayi couples and parents honge jo apne partners aur bachhon se alag reh rahe honge iss time par. I send you strength and prayers. ”