Salman Khan reveals sister Arpita Khan Sharma examined optimistic for Covid-19, she points a clarification
Salman Khan revealed that just a few of his members of the family have contracted the Covid-19 virus. The actor, throughout a press round-table for his upcoming release Radhe, mentioned that his sisters Arpita Khan Sharma and Alvira Agnihotri have contracted the illness.
He revealed that they didn’t have any signs. He additionally mentioned that the second wave of the pandemic is extra harmful.
As reported by India As we speak, the actor mentioned, “My sisters Alvira and Arpita have tested positive for the virus. The second wave of the coronavirus is very dangerous. Earlier, we used to hear that someone has got the virus, but this time there are Covid cases in our family. Last time, drivers of our house had corona but this time it’s infecting a lot of people.”
Aprita issued an announcement clarifying that she had examined optimistic in April. “I tested positive for Covid-19 in the beginning of the month of April 2021 however I was asymptomatic. I followed all the guidelines and protocols and thankfully with the grace of God I have fully recovered and have been well since,” she mentioned, including “Stay Safe. Stay Strong. Stay Positive.”
Final month, Salman organized meals for 5000 frontline staff in Mumbai. A video of the actor overseeing the distribution of meals and even tasting the meals earlier than giving his seal of approval surfaced on-line. Talking about coming ahead to assist throughout the pandemic, Salman mentioned, “Yes, it is true that hundreds of people are calling every day for help. We are trying our best to help people. We are providing food and medicines to 25,000 to 50,000 cine workers.”
Salman has been busy with the promotions of his upcoming film Radhe: Your Most Needed Bhai. The film was slated to launch final Eid however the makers determined to delay it owing to the primary wave of the pandemic. The film is now being launched on Could 13, on the event of Eid this yr. The film will launch in over 40 nations, together with a theatrical launch in main abroad markets.