Iranian actor Mehran Rajabi talks about his bitter experiences after catching Covid-19 a while ago.
The comedy actor who has created many memorable moments for the viewers on the sliver and small screens said in a media interview how he had to deal with the ordeal of contracting the killer virus.
Corona positive cases when they go to the hospital suffer a lot and are more afraid. As they say, once bitten twice shy, " he said about his experience of contracting the virus.
He continued: "When you get the virus, you are afraid to be in the community It's scary for me when people come up to take pictures with us and shake hands."
" Such patients are weak due to weight loss and are not in perfect health. Although I fell ill six months back, I am still not very healthy, and this is due to the consequences of the coronavirus," he said.
The actor added, "When death is nearly around, you will not be comfortable for a long time. It is also mentally disturbing and difficult for us when we are in the community... Anyone who has not contracted the Coronavirus does not know the consequences, but someone who has been hospitalized and received 100 shots for treatment in 15 days knows how bad it is.
Rajabi met an Iranian director Reza Mirkarimi in university and then appeared in his series ‘The Children of Hemmat School’ (1996-1997).
He also acted in Mirkarimi’s ‘The Child and the Soldier’ (1999) and was nominated for awards from Fajr International Film Festival and Iran Cinema Celebration.
He has acted in series such as ‘Time of Rebellion’ (2001), ‘A Bunch of Eagle Feathers’ (2005), ‘The Basement’ (2006), ‘The Residential Base’ (2007), ‘Gharib's Story’ (2002-2007), 'Like No One' (2008), ‘Operation 125’ (2008), ‘Let's Not Turn Around’ (2009), ‘The Occupiers’ (2010), ‘The Forgotten’ (2010), ‘Cops and Robbers’ (2012), ‘Bad Days Pass’ (2013), ‘Huge Problems 1’ (2014), ‘The Recluse’ (2014) and ‘Huge Problems 2’ (2015).