"In times like these, we truly understand the value of our fans and friends. I can't express enough gratitude for all the love and prayers! I'm back home and feeling much better," Khan shared on her Instagram story.
With a heartfelt mention of her husband, singer Falak Shabir, she added, "Who needs a doctor when you have a husband like Falak Shabir."
The 31-year-old actress sparked concern among her fans when Shabir recently posted an Instagram story featuring a worrying image of Khan, appearing prepared for a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) procedure. "Need prayers," the singer wrote in the overlay text. Fans expressed their worry about the actress's health, offering heartfelt comments and well-wishes for a speedy recovery.
The couple chose not to disclose any specifics about Khan's medical condition, aligning with their typical approach on social media, which offers glimpses of their personal life while respecting their privacy.
In 2021, Shabir similarly shared that Khan was hospitalized but refrained from divulging any particulars about her ailment. He used his Instagram stories to make the announcement, sharing a photo of the TV artist lying in a hospital bed, connected to medical monitors and IVs, along with the caption, "She is unwell," as shared by the Akhiyan artist.
Not long after, a number of Khan's colleagues, such as her former co-star Imran Ashraf from the drama "Raqs-e-Bismil" and film star Resham, expressed their concerns and sent their best wishes for her recovery. Recognizing the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic, fans urged the couple to take necessary precautions and practice isolation.