Actor Milind Soman, who tested positive for the novel coronavirus in March, has finally tested negative and is out of quarantine. The 'Four More Shots Please!' actor on Monday reunited with his wife Ankita Konwar and penned down a thank you note.
Sharing a picture with Ankita, Milind wrote, "End of quarantine!!!! Report RTPCR negative! Day 14."
"Thank you for all your kind wishes and constant positivity. In any illness, I believe the most important aspect of healing is positivity. In fact, the most important aspect of leading a healthy life, is positivity. And how to focus on the positive, how to bring positive energy into your life, is the journey, and the constant effort," he added.
Thanking his wife, Soman further wrote, "Thank you to @ankita_earthy who traveled all the way back from Guwahati as soon as she heard, even though I told her not to and took care of me like an angel, while making sure she was safe all the time."
He also shared the recipe of a kadha and thanked his doctor.
Responding to the note, Ankita commented: "In sickness and in health."
Recently, on the occasion of Holi, Ankita put on a PPE suit and celebrated the festival of colours with her quarantined husband.
Sharing pictures of their festivity on Instagram, Milind had written, “Milind posted the images and wrote, "Quarantine. Day 7. Happy holi people !!!..I really shouldn’t be looking so grumpy, because @ankita_earthy came to visit with full Pipe kit and first mangoes of the season! No hug though we put some colour on ourselves and ate puranpolis sent by @somanusha."
Milind and Ankita tied the knot in 2018.