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The Coronavirus outbreak has become one of the worse dreams for the entire world. No one ever imagined that life will come to a halt due to a deadly virus. It has created a world of masked people practising social distancing and staying away from people, and many celebrities also had gotten infected with COVID-19. And the recent one to join the list is Bollywood actor, Ranbir Kapoor as he had contracted Coronavirus. (Recommend Read: Mira Rajput Kapoor Praised For Posting Picture With Her Househelps On International Women's Day 2021)
It was on March 9, 2021, Ranbir Kapoor's mother, Neetu Kapoor had taken to her Instagram handle and had confirmed the news of her son being infected with COVID-19. Sharing a picture of Ranbir, Neetu ji had written, "Thank you for your concern and your good wishes. Ranbir has tested positive for Covid-19. He is on medication and recovering well. He is in self-quarantine at home and following all precautions."
A few hours ago, Alia took to her Instagram stories and shared an inspiring note. The gorgeousness shared a quote, which can be read as "We go through what we go through." And it was enough for her fans to speculate that it was regarding the current situation she is in. Check it out below:
Recently, according to a report in ETimes, Ranbir's girlfriend, Alia Bhatt's Coronavirus test result has come out to be negative. Still, the gorgeousness has isolated herself just to be sure. The report also stated that Alia has been undertaking the COVID-19 test on a regular basis because of her work. A source has told Etimes, "Alia takes the test nearly every day and today also she has tested negative but has still isolated herself. Ranbir Kapoor caught the virus on the sets of Brahmastra and is recovering currently."
For those who don't know, in December 2020, Ranbir's mother, Neetu ji was also tested positive for Coronavirus while shooting of her film, Jug Jug Jiyo, which is being directed by Raj Mehta and produced by Karan Johar. (Also Read: Zaid Darbar Shares Video, Says 'Koi Aa Raha Hai', Fans Asks About His Wife, Gauahar Khan's Pregnancy)
On November 12, 2020, Neetu ji had taken her first flight for the shooting of a film after Rishi ji's demise. The actress had shared a picture from the runway and had thanked her children, Riddhima and Ranbir for helping her fight this difficult phase. Neetu ji had written, "My first flight, in these scary times !! Nervous for this journey! While Kapoor Sahab, you aren’t here holding my hand, I know you are with me. RnR thank you for encouraging me to do this. #JugJugJiyo. P.S. - We are all Covid tested and safe, hence removed mask while taking picture." (Don't Miss: Kareena Kapoor Khan Looks Like A Mushball In This Unseen Childhood Picture With Sister, Karisma)
Well, we wish Ranbir a speedy recovery!