Apoorva Bose, the actress who got
stranded in Kashmir due to the flood, returned home safely.
Apoorva, who went for trekking in Kashmir with a team of 11
members, got caught in a hotel in Srinagar, without food and water
for more than 24 hours. she said that it was a horrible experience
for her and fellow travelers; who completely lost the contact with
the outer world.
Apoorva Bose debuted in acting with Vineeth Sreenivasan's
directorial debut Malarvadi Arts Club. She has
also acted in movies like Pranayam, Paisa Paisa and Padmasree
Bharath Dr Saroj Kumar. Apoorva, who is also a voice actress,
has dubbed for actress Isha Talwar in blockbusters Thattathin Marayathu and
Apoorva also added that some her team members are still missing.
She had called her mother on Thiruvonam day and informed that the
team has been shifted into a hotel in Srinagar; but later, lost all
the contact due to the destructive flood.
According to the reports, Almost 400 Keralites are trapped in
various places of Jammu & Kashmir due to the heavy floods.
Yesterday, it was reported that the first batch of Malayalis
consisting 22 Keralites reached Srinagar airport safely. Minister
Ramesh Chennithala has also announced that free air tickets will be
issued for the Malayalis who got stranded in the floods.