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Actor Pratik Gandhi, His Spouse And Brother Take a look at Constructive For COVID-19


Pratik Gandhi shared this picture. (Picture courtesy: pratikgandhiofficial )

Highlights

  • The actor has featured in a number of Gujarati movies
  • He has additionally starred in Salman Khan-produced Loveyatri
  • The actor will probably be subsequent seen in Hansal Mehta’s collection Rip-off 1992

Mumbai:

Actor Pratik Gandhi, on Sunday, stated he, together with spouse, actress Bhamini Oz, and brother Punit, has examined optimistic for COVID-19. The actor has featured in hit Gujarati films akin to Bey Yaar, Incorrect Facet Raju, Love Ni Bhavai and has starred in Hindi tasks, together with Mitron and Salman Khan-produced Loveyatri. In a Twitter put up, Pratik stated whereas he and Bhamini are quarantining at their house, his brother has been hospitalised. “We as a household took ‘be optimistic’ method too severely and did not discriminate in opposition to even corona. Me and my spouse are being handled at house and my brother is hospitalised. We’re all placing up a powerful combat in opposition to the virus. With heat, help and prayers of family and friends,” he tweeted.

In reply to a good friend’s tweet, Pratik Gandhi thanked BJP chief Kirit Somaiya for his well timed intervention and stated he’s grateful for the assistance. “I can not thanks sufficient Madhavi Bhuta and Kirit Somaiya to your well timed help and heat throughout this testing time to household,” the actor wrote.

Kirit Somaiya stated he has been in contact with the medical doctors who’ve assured him that Punit “will get well.” The actor will probably be subsequent seen in filmmaker Hansal Mehta’s collection Rip-off 1992. The director took to Instagram to want Pratik a speedy restoration. “Get nicely quickly, champ. Beat the virus together with your positivity,” Hansal Mehta wrote.

On Saturday, Maharashtra’s COVID-19 tally crossed the three-lakh mark with addition of 8,348 instances.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is printed from a syndicated feed.)


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