April 07 : Katrina Kaif is the latest Bollywood actor to have tested positive for COVID-19, and is currently home quarantined. The actress took to her Instagram story on Tuesday evening and announced that she has contacted the virus and has tested positive. Katrina's statement came a day after Vicky Kaushal and Bhumi Pednekar announced their testing positive, too. Katrina's Sooryavanshi co-star Akshay Kumar has also tested positive, and is currently recovering in a Mumbai hospital.
Katrina’s Instagram story announcement read as, “I have tested positive for COVID-19. Have immediately isolated myself and will be under home quarantine. I am following all safety protocols under the advice of my doctors.” The Tiger Zinda Hai actress also asked all the people who were around her to get themselves tested. “Requesting everyone who came in contact with me to get tested immediately too. Grateful for all your love and support. Please stay safe and take care.”
Katrina Kaif tests positive for COVID-19
On The work front, the actress was reportedly shooting for her forthcoming film Tiger 3 with Salman Khan. The Dhoom 3 actress will also be seen in the horror comedy Phone Bhoot alongside Ishaan Khatter and Siddhant Chaturvedi. Katrina will also be seen in Rohit Shetty's Sooryavanshi opposite Akshay Kumar.
Meanwhile, veteran actress-turned-director Seema Pahwa has also tested positive for COVID-19, and is now under home quarantine. Seema was recently shooting for Gangubai Kathiawadi with Alia Bhatt. Alia is also home quarantined after she contacted the virus. The director of the film, Sanjay Leela Bansali, had also contacted the virus, but now he has tested negative.
Sharing a selfie of herself, the actress wrote, “Positive hun har baat ko le kar. Dekhlo report bhi POSITIVE hi aa gai. I am covid positive. 14 days home Corentin take care (I am positive about everything, and now even my Covid report has come positive!).”
On the work front, Seema Pahwa has recently made her directorial debut with the family drama Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi.
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