Dabangg 3 producer Nikhil Dwivedi has tested positive for COVID-19. Reportedly, the actor-producer underwent a precautionary check-up for the virus after complaining loss of taste. He is currently in quarantine at home. Nikhil, who has produced Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha starrer Dabangg 3 has also performed in films. He marked his debut with the film My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves. Since then, Dwivedi has worked in a few films. The actor-producer is quite active on social media and constantly shares updates with his fans, giving them a sneak-peek from his daily routine.
Speaking with ETimes, Nikhil Dwivedi confirmed that he has tested positive for Coronavirus. He said, “Yes, I have tested positive for Coronavirus." The report mentioned that the producer-actor did not speak much as he continues to take lots of rest. Reportedly, Dwivedi was asymptomatic and complained of loss of taste before his results were out. As per the report, Nikhil is at home quarantine and taking all the measures to get well soon. The report stated that while Nikhil tested positive for Coronavirus, his wife Gaurie tested negative.
Meanwhile, since the last few days, the Dabangg 3 producer has been constantly sharing pictures and videos on his Instagram. The actor shared a post some days back and wrote, “So far so good.” Before that, he shared a selfie of him and wrote, “Kya kare kya na kare,” in Hindi.
Work-wise, Nikhil Dwivedi was seen in Hansal Mehta directed web series Scam 1992. He also announced a three-film series that features Shraddha Kapoor playing the role of a shape-shifting Naagin. Dwivedi also co-produced Veere Di Wedding with Ekta Kapoor and Rhea Kapoor. They have been reportedly planning a sequel. Also Read: Late Sushant Singh Rajput Was In Talks For A Film About ‘ISI, Kasab’ A Day Before His Death; SSR Had Another Meeting Scheduled On June 15-REPORT
Image source; Instagram/ Nikhil Dwivedi
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