Randhir Kapoor Admitted To A Hospital In Mumbai After Testing Positive For COVID-19- REPORTS

As per reports, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor’s father Randhir Kapoor has been admitted to a Mumbai hospital after testing positive for COVID-19; read on

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Randhir Kapoor Admitted To A Hospital In Mumbai After Testing Positive For COVID-19- REPORTS
The second wave of Coronavirus has hit India with more ferocity. A lot of celebrities such as Allu Arjun, Babul Supriyo, Sandip Soparrkar and many others tested positive for COVID-19 in the last few weeks. Now, sadly, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor’s father Randhir Kapoor joined the list of celebrities who contracted Coronavirus. According to a report in ETimes, Randhir Kapoor has tested positive for COVID-19 , and is admitted to a hospital in Mumbai.

According to the report, Randhir Kapoor was admitted to the hospital after his COVID-19 diagnosis. When ETimes reached out to the hospital, they neither confirmed this, nor did they deny about Randhir Kapoor’s diagnosis. However, a confirmation statement is awaited from Kareena and Karisma Kapoor. According to a report in India Today, he has been admitted to Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai.  

Randhir Kapoor was recently in the news as the Bombay High Court asked him and his sister Rima Jain to submit their late brother Rajiv Kapoor’s divorce decree in a property-related case. The Court sought an undertaking from them that they would make reasonable efforts to find and submit the divorce decree.

While speaking to IANS recently, Randhir Kapoor said, “My brother is divorced. I have got to get the probate made. For that, I need his divorce papers. He used to stay in Pune and here. I can't find it and I am tracing it. I have put a tracer on it and people are working on it. I don't know where he has kept it. He is not here," Randhir said.







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