According to the latest news, veteran actress Neetu Kapoor confirmed that her son has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. She announced this unfortunate news with a post on social media. She commented “Thank you for your concern and your good wishes. Ranbir has tested positive for Covid-19. He is on medication and recovering well. He is in self-quarantine at home and following all precautions”
Ranbir Kapoor’s uncle Randhir Kapoor had informed a news channel that Ranbir was not keeping well for a few days, but he was unsure as to confirm the nature of the illness. He was unaware of Ranbhir’s condition as he was out of town, according to sources.
As per reports, the actor is presently under quarantine and is taking plenty of rest. The actor is said to be quite sick and is under bed rest and medication at his home. He has been shooting relentlessly ever since the restrictions of lockdown were relaxed.
Ranbir’s sister Riddhima Kapoor Sahni also took to her Instagram story to share a selfie with her ailing brother. His fans and many others commented on Neetu Kapoor’s post for the speedy and safe recovery of the actor.
Neetu Kapoor had also tested positive for Covid-19vearlier this week, shortly after beginning her work in the movie Jug Jug Jeeyo. She says “Earlier this week I tested positive for Covid- 19. All safety measures are being followed and I am thankful to the authorities for all their help and quick response. I am in self-quarantine, taking medication on my doctor’s advice, and feeling better. I am so grateful for all your love and support! Please stay safe, wear a mask, keep a safe distance. Take care”
Ranbir spent most of his time with his girlfriend Alia Bhatt during the lockdown.
Recently, the state of Maharashtra has been experiencing a huge rise in the number of Covid cases, the lockdown has been imposed in certain areas in Mumbai. Even though the covid 19 vaccines has been introduced in India, Bollywood celebrities and politicians have been requesting people to continue maintaining social distancing and take proper precautions as the pandemic isn’t over yet.