TV actor Pooja Banerjee is anticipating her first baby with husband, Sandeep Sejwal and is due in March.
Actor Pooja Banerjee has been capturing continuous for her TV present, even whereas pregnant. But the rising circumstances of Covid-19 and Omicron scare in Maharashtra are forcing her have second ideas about going to work.
“I haven’t told the makers of my show that I am quitting as of now. If the cases are too many and if there is a scare then I might have to take a break and it will be a forced break long before I planned. But health comes first, I can’t help it. If it comes to that then you have to do it,” shares the actor, who’s due in March.
She lately celebrated her child bathe and says that to date there was nothing communicated to them about shutdown of shoots within the state.
“Shoots will go on for now. Last time we all shifted to Goa to continue with the shoot after lockdown was imposed in Maharashtra. Right now, I can’t afford to do that obviously. If it comes to that, then I have to call it quits,” she tells us.
Banerjee, who’s married to swimmer Sandeep Sejwal, was on the set of her TV present till December 29 and he or she says that she is taking issues gradual for now to see how the state of affairs pans out. For now, she is following all of the do’s and don’ts that her physician has instructed given her situation.
“Suddenly I see cases everywhere, even in my building there are so many cases. It is not scary because this is how our life is going to be now. People who are vaccinated are getting infected; people who are healthy are getting the fever for a day and then becoming fine after a day or two. We can’t be afraid of it. We all have to just take care of ourselves,” shares the actor.
As for the way 2022 goes to pan for her, she says that she is each excited and nervous.
“There are so many different kinds of feelings. The plan mode is on and we are literally organizing right from the house, cupboards, clothes , taking care of finances and work. There is so much of organizing work that we are doing continuously,” she ends.