Parth Samthaan's Close Friend Sahil Anand To Test For COVID-19- EXCLUSIVE

After the entire unit of Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2 who shot with Parth went for their COVID-19 tests as Parth Samthaan has tested positive, another actor, Sahil Anand who didn't shoot with Parth but met him couple of weeks back has also decided to get himself tested

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Parth Samthaan's Close Friend Sahil Anand To Test For COVID-19- EXCLUSIVE
Yesterday, we shared the news of Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2's Parth Samthaan being tested positive for COVID-19. Immediately, after his test results came the ongoing shoot where his co-stars Pooja Banerjee (Nivedita Basu) and Shubhaavi Choksey (Mohini Basu) were shooting, was stopped and including them the whole crew got tested for Covid-19. 

Later, Karan Patel who just entered as new Mr. Bajaj in the show also informed that he will go for a swab test due to precautionary reasons though he hasn't shot with Parth till now and never came in contact also.

Now, another actor of the show Sahil Anand has decided to go for a test. Although Sahil hasn't been shooting for the show yet, he came in contact with Parth sometime back. 

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While talking to us over the phone, Sahil said, "I haven't started shooting yet for the show but as all are getting their tests done, I have also decided to go for it. I had come across Parth a few weeks back, still I feel there is no harm in taking precaution. Taaki aage kisi baat ki tension na ho."

Let us tell you that Parth shares an extremely good bond with Sahil and he is concerned about his health foremost.

Currently, the shoot has stopped till Wednesday and sanitisation of the set is happening again. Results of the tests done by the other actors and team members are expected by evening and we wish that the virus has not infected them. We also wish for Parth a speedy recovery.


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