Containment Zone poster removed from Jalsa! Captain of the industry, Amitabh Bachchan had tested positive for COVID19 on June 11. It has been over a period of time that he has been admitted to Nanavati Hospital.
Once Mr. Bachchan, together with son Abhishek Bachchan, in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and grandchild Aaradhya tested coronavirus positive, BMC declared their bungalow ‘Jalsa’ as a containment zone.
Containment Zone poster removed from Jalsa!
Now, BMC has removed the poster as no new coronavirus positive cases came up within the actor’s house. Situated in Mumbai’s Bandra, Big B’s house falls underneath BMC’s West ward. His 3 different bungalows– Pratiksha, Janak and Vatsa, were conjointly declared containment zone by the BMC.
Fans have been inexhaustibly praying for the superstar’s super speedy recovery. In return, the megastar has been keeping them updated concerning his health through social media posts. He has additionally shared many posts thanking them for their immense love.
Recently, reminiscing the times once fans assembled outside Jalsa to own a glance of Mr. Bachchan, he further shared his earnest feeling and said that his fans are his true strength.
He tweeted acknowledging the immense love that people have out-poured, “The hands that you raise in love and support are my strength .. this I shall never ever allow to vanish from my system . so help me God”.
Previously, informing fans regarding his COVID19 results, Big B tweeted that he had tested Covid positive and had been shifted to the hospital. Furthermore, he even mentioned that the hospital had informed the authorities and all the family members and employees had undergone tests for the saame. In addition, he had advised people who had come in close proximity to him within the last ten days to get themselves tested!
Soon after his father’s tweet, Abhishek took to Twitter to confirm that he had also been tested Covid-19 positive. And then in another tweet he confirmed the news of Aishwarya and Aaradhya being Covid positive.
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