Zoa Morani opens up about getting diagnosed with COVID-19, says it was like a slap on her face – Times of India
Talking about her experience, Zoa told Zoom Digital that it was all very fresh and new when she was diagnosed with the virus. The actress added that she kept thinking that she led a very healthy life and thought nothing would happen to her, but then she was the one who was hit very badly. According to her, it was a slap on her face.
Elaborating further, Zoa stated that it was good that she got support from her family. She added that support from the media and social media did not make her feel alone. The actress revealed that she was on her phone all the time.
Zoa also went on to talk about her career in Bollywood and her struggle despite being Karim Morani’s daughter.
According to the actress, her dream was to be a self-made girl just like her father who is a self-made man. Zoa added that even though she is thankful for the support and lifestyle that her father has given her, there was always a dream to be independent. The actress revealed that when her films did not do well, she was struggling. According to her, she has a long way to go.
Zoa Morani has films like, ‘Always Kabhi Kabhi’ and ‘Bhaag Johnny’ to her credit.