Mumbai: The corona epidemic swallowed the lives of many people and left many more alone. A similar corona victim also happened to a family living in Chandivali area of Mumbai Andheri. Reshma Tentril’s family lived in Tulipiya Soyati in Chandivali with her husband Sharad and 7-year-old son Garun and mother-in-law.
The pain of husband’s separation on Facebook
Reshma could not attend her husband’s funeral. Reshma has written that she did not have enough courage to go to the funeral and wrote a post on Facebook on the same day i.e. 30 May, in which she expressed her pain.
Wrote in the post that "Life for me started when I was 33 years old, that too on a rainy evening in the month of September at a barista cafe in Hyderabad. Sharad was looking unbelievably good."
Reshma wrote, "He looked at me and immediately stood up, smiling as if he could not believe his eyes. My breath stopped as if. I felt that after a long and arduous journey, a ship was finally coming to port. From that day it became my home. No matter where I was or what I was doing, I felt safe and happy and at peace."
he wrote, "He was one in a million! was completely unaware of the effect of his appearance and voice on women, or the eagerness of his intellect. Naturally humble, he was always ready to make fun of himself like those around him. It didn’t matter even if he was on your side and the whole world was against you."
Reshma had come to stay in the building on April 10
On April 10, Reshma had come to stay at a rented house in the building. During this, she was in a lot of depression due to the death of her husband and not being able to attend his funeral. In the meantime, she was also very upset by the repeated complaints being made by the neighbor.