Alia Bhatt took to web-based media on Thursday to report that she has tried positive for Coronavirus. The entertainer, who has been caught up with going for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Gangubai Kathiawadi in Mumbai, shared a wellbeing update on Instagram, and expressed, “I have tried positive for Coronavirus. I have quickly disengaged myself and will be under home isolate. I’m following all wellbeing conventions under the guidance of my primary care physicians (sic).”
Conversing with SeetaGeeta, her mom, entertainer Soni Razdan, says that Alia has self-isolated and is taking acceptable consideration of herself. “I’m in contact with her, it’s simply that I make an effort not to call her too often. Over the most recent couple of days, I have called her in the first part of the day to keep an eye on her. I would prefer not to trouble her with consistent calls, since, supposing that I continue to do that, it will worry her. I sent her messages proposing what she ought to eat, which is basic and light food. Along these lines, she is arranged now taking everything into account,” says Soni.
She further adds, “Since Alia has been shooting, she has been taking Coronavirus tests routinely. She has been very careful, so when it occurred, it was identified right away.”
Like Alia, even Soni has been wandering out for shoots. “I began shooting last October. That was the time frame when cases were high, as well, and it seemed like a significant danger to wander out. I would venture out and shoot with my heart in my mouth, in a real sense! Both my little girls, Alia and Shaheen, were strong through that stage. They said in the event that this is the thing that you need to do, do it, however be pretty much as cautious as could be expected. In this way, I would play it safe, and fortunately, the set was confined to just restricted individuals and there were no cases on the set till we completed the shoot,” she says.
Sharing her considerations on the current situation, where there is a spike in the quantity of cases in numerous pieces of Maharashtra, including Mumbai, Soni says, “It’s the need of great importance to be extra cautious as the infection is by all accounts fanning out quickly. I don’t want to take off from the house. I think this happened on the grounds that individuals turned into somewhat loose, they felt the Coronavirus exhaustion, so while some wore veils, some didn’t, and now, we’re seeing the impacts.”