The sad demise of mother has left Mallika Dua heartbroken. She took to her Instagram stories and penned an emotional note, remembering her late mother.
New Delhi: Actor-comedian Mallika Dua's mother, Dr Padmavati Dua passed away due to COVID-19 yesterday. She succumbed to COVID-19. Also known as Chinna Dua by her friends and close ones, she went through a long battle with the virus after she tested positive in May. The sad demise of mother has left Mallika Dua heartbroken. She took to her Instagram stories and penned an emotional note, remembering her late mother.
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"She left us last night. My whole heart. My whole life. The only god I know. My Amma I'm sorry I couldn't save you. You fought so hard my mama. My precious. My heart. You're my whole life," Mallika Dua wrote. "It's not about my loss and grief. It's about a life cut short. I always knew I didn't deserve her. But she deserved to live. I don't know if I will ever be able to pray again," she added.
Politician-actor Bina Kak paid tributes to Chinna on Instagram.Sharing a photo of Mallika's mother, Bina wrote, "You suffered a lot dear Chinna ..Now RIP Much love." Both Chinna Dua and Vinod Dua were admitted to Gurugram's hospital on May 14. While Vinod Dua was discharged on June 7, Chinna Dua continued to battle with the virus. Last month, Chinna Dua herself had informed her fans on her social media account about her diagnosis.
Earlier on May 15, Chinna had shared her Covid-19 diagnosis with her followers on Instagram. She had written, “Hi all. Day before on 13th May, I started having difficulty in breathing. My doc by listening to my voice said that i was going into cytokine storm & need monitoring. We were admitted to St Stephen's hospital on 13.5.21 but my condition progressed, requiring ICU but bed wasn't available there. Last night we got admitted to Medanta. Vinod is in the room on 5 Litre intermittent oxygen. I am on 15 Litre & breathless. It will take some time to recover. Need all good wishes, blessings & prayers of all. God bless you all always. Stay safe, stay home, stay healthy.”