The Federation of Western India Cine Employees has issued a non-cooperation notice for two months against Gauahar Khan for violating the COVID-19 rules. FWICE issued the notice against Gauahar for violating the rules made by the government on COVID-19 norms for film shooting. This comes after the BMC filed FIR against Khan for flouting quarantine rules and stepping out for shooting. On Monday, the Mumbai Police shared a picture of the FIR report on Twitter, issuing a warning to everyone. The tweet mentioned an unnamed 'Bollywood actor'. Reportedly, Gauahar tested positive for the deadly virus and left her home in such a condition.
Speaking about the notice, ETimes reported that FWICE president BM Tiwari expressed how flouting quarantine rules is a very irresponsible act performed by Gauahar. Tiwari said, "It was a very irresponsible act by Gauahar Khan, she not only risked her life but others who were on the set.''
According to reports in the section of the media, Gauahar Khan had tested positive for COVID-19 and was asked to stay in home quarantine by the BMC. However, the actress did not follow the instructions given to her and went ahead to shoot her film. As per the reports, Khan underwent a test for the virus on March 11, which was positive, but the actress went on set with a negative report that she got from Delhi.
Meanwhile, as soon as the news about an FIR filed against Gauahar made it to the headlines, several ‘get well soon' messages started pouring in for the actress. ON Monday evening, Khan’s team released an official statement. Her team informed that the actress is complying with all the rules of the BMC and said Gauahar Khan is a law-abiding citizen. Also Read: Gauahar Khan's Team Issues Statement After BMC Files FIR Against Her For Violating COVID Norms; 'She's Complying With All The Norms Of BMC'
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