Janhvi Kapoor Flaunts Her Post-Recovery Style After Testing Negative; Gets Papped In The City – CHECK OUTBollywood
Recently Jahnvi Kapoor broke the news that she and her sister Khushi Kapoor have tested negative and are fully healed of the infection. She was seen in the city flaunting her post-recovery style
The surge in the covid 19 cases has once again created a situation of alarm in the country. Experts have also been predicting that we might leap on to the beginning of the third wave. In the past few weeks, we saw many Bollywood stars getting contracted with the virus. Actress Janhvi Kapoor and her sister Khushi Kapoor recently broke the news that they were also the prey of the virus and recently tested negative and are doing fine.
Recently Janhvi Kapoor was papped in the city post-testing negative. A video of the actress has been making rounds on social media as she can be seen getting out of her car. In the video, the Dhadak actress can be seen donning a casual outfit. She was seen sporting a printed crop tee with white joggers. She accessorized her look with a zebra-print bag, and fluffy gliders. Her hair was pulled back as she tied it with a butterfly clutcher. She was also seen sporting a black mask.
Janhvi had revealed in an Instagram post that she and Khushi had screened positive for the infection on January 3 and had been sick for two days. Janhvi stated that the siblings had served their confinement time and had fully healed. Her explanation clarified an earlier post she made, which included a photo of herself with a thermometer in her mouth. A snapshot of Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor snuggling under the woolen blanket was also included.
Janhvi Kapoor said on her Instagram account that she and her sibling confirmed positive for covid 19 on January 3rd. They have both come back negative after completing the BMC-mandated days of home quarantine. The first two days were difficult, but each subsequent day improved. The only way to avoid being infected is to wear a mask and get vaccinated. She closed by saying, “Take care of yourselves.”