Devoleena Bhattacharjee In Quarantine, Says, 'Damn! 4th Time In 5 Months That I Can't Go Out Of The 4 Walls'- EXCLUSIVE

Devoleena Bhattacharjee clears the air about reports of her cook having COVID-19 but not before giving vent to her frustration

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Devoleena Bhattacharjee In Quarantine, Says, 'Damn! 4th Time In 5 Months That I Can't Go Out Of The 4 Walls'- EXCLUSIVE
Devoleena Bhattacharjee was just beginning to have some respite, but destiny had other plans. Now, her cook has been quarantined in an isolation centre after someone from a family he's working with has tested positive for COVID-19. The cook in question is Devoleena's main domestic help and now the Saath Nibhaana Saathiya star finds herself alone to do everything without having to step out from home.

Talking to us for the first time after reports about her cook broke out, Devoleena says, "I have had to consequently quarantine myself. It's not going to be easy. Damn! This is the 4th time in the last 5 months that I cannot go out of the 4 walls- first Bigg Boss 13, then my back played up and confined me to bedrest, then the lockdown happened- and now just when I was managing to step out a bit for essentials, I have been asked to lock myself up."


Devoleena however knows how to cook very well, "At least that part won't be an issue. If you recall, I did most of the cooking in Bigg Boss 13."

Devoleena emphasises that unlike what the morning reports said, her cook (who was asymptomatic, though that's not the criterion of not having COVID-19) has NOT tested positive for COVID-19. "I don't know why it spread like wildfire that he has contracted Coronavirus."


So where's he now? "Well, the government has put him up in some hotel. He's been looked after very well. Too much has been made out of this. It has made me only more tired," Devoleena concluded.


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