Salman Khan’s Staff Tested Positive For Coronavirus; Actor Self-Isolates
Bollywood’s superstar and Bigg Boss 14 host, Salman Khan’s personal car driver has recently tested positive for COVID-19. In order to take all the safety precautions, Salman Khan has now isolated himself at his residence.
Bollywood’s superstar and Bigg Boss 14 host, Salman Khan’s personal car driver has recently tested positive for COVID-19. Along with the actor’s driver, two other staff members of Salman Khan have also tested positive for the virus. After this, in order to take all the safety precautions, Salman Khan has now isolated himself at his residence to avoid further possible spread.
According to a source close to Salman Khan, along with the actor, even his family members are in isolation to avoid further possible spread. The test reports of Salman Khan and his family are awaited. Reportedly, Bigg Boss 14 host’s staff members have been admitted to a hospital. Salman and his family have decided to fund the entire medical treatment for their staff members. But, neither the superstar nor anyone from his family has issued any statement on it yet.
Reportedly, Khan’s father and a critically acclaimed writer, Salim Khan and mother Salma Khan were to celebrate their 56th wedding anniversary on November 18, 2020, but the celebrations were cancelled due to this uncalled situation. As of now, no statement has been issued by the Bigg Boss team too, as to who will be hosting the Weekend Ka Vaar episodes in Salman Khan’s absence.
Salman Khan’s work front
Salman recently announced three new films namely, Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali, Bulbul Marriage Hall and Kick 2 within the first two months of this year. As it turns out, Salman is making yet another movie with Aayush Sharma that will hit the theatres later this year. Salman, who was offered to play the character of the eldest brother in Farah Khan’s remake of Satte Pe Satta, has recently backed out of the project. Reportedly, the plot of the film failed to impress Salman.
About Coronavirus pandemic
COVID-19 originated in Wuhan, China. The US remains the worst-hit country with more than 6.4 million positive Coronavirus cases. Countries like Russia, Brazil and India also remain COVID hotbeds after the US. Meanwhile, countries like Australia, Spain and France are dealing with the second wave of Coronavirus and the cases in the US have stopped resurging. New Zealand became the first COVID-free country, however, days later, the country witnesses a resurge in cases, as a new cluster emerged in the country’s largest city, Auckland.
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