Mithun Chakraborty Has NOT Tested COVID-19 Positive, Confirms Son Mimoh Chakraborty; Says The Rumours Of Are Wrong And Baseless

Contrary to reports, Mithun Chakraborty has not tested positive for COVID-19, says his son Mimoh Chakraborty. He added that Mithun Chakraborty is hale and hearty and is continuing with his work

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Mithun Chakraborty Has NOT Tested COVID-19 Positive, Confirms Son Mimoh Chakraborty; Says The Rumours Of Are Wrong And Baseless
As the second wave of Coronavirus has hit India, a lot of Bollywood celebrities tested positive for Coronavirus in the last few weeks. This morning, it was being reported that veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty has tested positive for COVID-19, and that he is currently in home quarantine. However, Mithun Chakraborty’s son Mimoh Chakraborty has now dismissed these rumours, and said that his father tested COVID negative, and is completely fine.

Mimoh Chakraborty has confirmed that his father, the legendary Mithun Chakraborty or Mithun Da as we know him is COVID negative and is continuing with his work. He is hale and hearty and is at his work consistently. We even reached out to Mimoh Chakraborty for a comment and he confirmed that the veteran actor is fine, and is working for people in West Bengal.

Mimoh Chakraborty said, "Dad is fine. He is working on the show and as well as for the people back in West Bengal. He is absolutely hale and hearty by the grace of God and the love and blessings of his fans. He continues to inspire me every day to work extremely hard and stay positive at all times. Not the COVID positive I must say. We have to take all the SOPs very seriously and follow as directed. This is a war we can't lose to this pandemic."


Filmfare also quoted Mithun Chakraborty saying, “After an extensive campaigning for more than a month, I am enjoying my holiday with my favourite food Beuli Dal and Aloo Posto.”




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