With the COVID-19 not sparing anyone at all, the cases testing positive for the deadly virus has been increasing day by day. It was just recently reported that Bollywood actress Malaika Arora’s building was sealed by the BMC officials after a resident tested positive for the deadly Novel Coronavirus. Now, as per the latest reports, the resident is Malaika’s sister Amrita Arora’s father-in-law who is staying in the same building, named Tuscany, who tested positive for COVID-19. According to Amrita, her dad-in-law has now recovered from the deadly virus.
According to a report in the Instagram page @bollywood.scuttlebutt, Malaika Arora’s sister Amrita Arora’s father-in-law tested positive for COVID-19. With the rise in the number of people testing positive for the deadly virus, as per the source in the report, Amrita Arora’s dad-in-law contracted the virus after coming in contact with a nurse. The report further stated that Amrita Arora’s father-in-law resides in the same building that sister Malaika lives in.
The report stated that Amrita Arora’s dad-in-law lives on the 6th floor of the building Tuscany which has been sealed by the BMC. Reacting to the news of her father-in-law testing positive for COVID-19, Amrita Arora revealed that he has recovered. Replying to the news, the report quotes the actress saying, “Yes...He recovered and is healthy Thank you.” As it was reported yesterday that Malaika Arora’s building was sealed by the BMC, Sophie Choudry who resides in the same building shared a video of how the premises are being sanitised.
Meanwhile, with the news hitting headlines, Malaika has not yet shared any posts related to it. However, the actress shared a motivating post for her fans to practise Yoga at home as International Yoga Day approaches. Also Read: Malaika Arora‘s Building Sealed By BMC As A Resident Tests Positive For COVID-19- Reports
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