Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor revealed on Sunday that he tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently isolating at home. Arjun had taken to the social media platform, Instagram, to share the news with fans, he further added that he is asymptomatic.
“It is my duty to inform all of you that I have tested positive for coronavirus. I’m feeling ok and I’m asymptomatic. I have isolated myself at home under the advice of doctors and authorities and will be under home quarantine. I thank you all in advance for your support and I will keep you all updated about my health in the days to come. These are extraordinary and unprecedented times and I have faith that all of humanity will overcome this virus,” Arjun Kapoor wrote.
Earlier this week, Arjun resumed shooting for his yet-untitled romantic drama, that also stars Rakul Preet Singh, Neena Gupta, John Abraham and Aditi Rao Hydari.
The actor had posted on Instagram a picture of himself from the set, where members of the crew were seen wearing masks. “Happy to just be back on set. Have to hand it to @emmayentertainment making filming possible again for our movie, it just felt seamless & organic because of all the effort behind the scenes. Grateful to be working again, slow & steady under the right guidelines,” Arjun had captioned the photo.
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