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Dhruv Bhattacharya Tests Positive For COVID-19

Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya’s son Dhruv Bhattacharya, 28, has tested positive for COVID-19. The veteran Bollywood singer speaking to ABPLive said, “Yes, it’s true. There’s nothing to worry about. My son Dhruv had no symptoms of COVID-19. He is at home and is fine.”

Speaking to indianexpress.com, Bhattacharya confirmed his sons asymptomatic status. “Dhruv was planning to travel abroad, and since there is a rule to get tested for coronavirus before travelling, he went for a voluntary test. He is asymptomatic. He has just a little cold and cough. He has quarantined himself at home and is taking all the precautions. There is nothing to worry.”

The team of Dil Bechara which included Amitabh Bhattacharya has got together virtually on Wednesday for a musical tribute to late actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

The album, composed by AR Rahman, consists of tracks that are hopeful but also carry a sense of melancholy. The 13-minute video features the soundtrack singers performing the songs from their respective homes, with scenes from the movie, Dil Bechara. The tribute ends with Amitabh Bhattacharya as he recites a few lines in tribute to Sushant Singh Rajput.

Dhruv who runs a restaurant in Mumbai will be tested for COVID-19 again in a few days.

Source inputs: Twitter | Indian Express

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