Varun Dhawan is a Bollywood actor who starred in popular films like the remake of “coolie number 1” and “Mai Tera hero” etc. The active actor was recently diagnosed with the coronavirus. Varun Dhawan admits that he could’ve been more careful and calls his Vitamin Friends during this time.
The actor was diagnosed with the virus on the set of the movie Jug Jug Jiyo. He confirmed his diagnosis on Monday and shared an Instagram post of his video call in which he wrote, “Vitamin Friends, so as I returned to work in the pandemic era I’ve contracted covid-19. All precautions were taken, still, nothing is certain in life. So please be extra careful in life. I believe I could’ve been more careful. The post shook his fans and the comments were filled with sympathy. Many famous actors wished him well.
Varun was shooting in Chandigarh for Raj Mehta’s upcoming film “Jug Jug Jiyo” when he contracted the virus. The actor is now taking proper care of his health and currently relying on a healthy and nutritious diet so that he can recover better. Varun Dhawan also thanked his fans and colleagues for the warm and happy wishes as it bolsters his spirits and makes him feel optimistic. The actor’s inspiring caption is motivating his fans to be extra safe during the pandemic.
Many famous actors like Anil had earlier turned down the rumours of him contracting the virus. He took to Twitter to clear all speculations and wrote, “In the interest of putting any rumours to rest, I have tested negative for COVID-19. Thank you all for your concern and good wishes.”
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COVID-19 is a deadly virus that includes symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath, and even death. On Monday Indian actor Varun Dhawan tested positive for coronavirus on the set of Jug Jug Jiyo and made it public addressing that he could’ve been more careful and reminds everyone to be extra careful. Take hints from the b-town star and keep yourself indoors as much as you can, keep using sanitizers and masks to avoid coming into contact with the coronavirus. Always remember that prevention is better than cure. Make sure to follow social distancing whenever stepping out.