As per the reports Salman Khan’s personal driver Ashok and two personal staff have been admitted to the Bombay Hospital after they tested positive for the novel coronavirus
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has isolated himself at his Bandra residence. And the reason for this is that his two staff members along with his personal driver are found covid-19 positive. Not only Salman but his family members have also isolated themselves to break the chain of contamination in case any of them had been affected by the virus. And have been tested for it, but the reports are yet to arrive. As per the reports Salman Khan’s personal driver Ashok and two personal staff have been admitted to the Bombay Hospital after they tested positive for the novel coronavirus. And due to this Salman has too decided to remain in isolation for the next 14 days. He also made sure that his staff members get proper immediate medical assistance.
Well, it’s not just the first time he is going into isolation. Earlier in March, after PM Narendra Modi announced a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, Salman Khan quarantined himself at his farmhouse in Panvel. And had quality time with his family members and friends at the farmhouse along with indulging himself in farming. Apart from this, there were reports that this year Salman family was set to throw a grand party on his 56th birthday, However, due to the pandemic, it looks like the celebrations will have to be canceled this year.
Talking about his work front currently, the actor is hosting the show Big- boss-14, but the question is that if he will be able to shoot weekend episodes during this period. Apart from this he also has numerous films in his pipeline. Salman has currently wrapped up with his upcoming action-drama Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai that was supposed to release in October 2020, but due to the pandemic, the release date is pushed forward. The film also stars Disha Patani alongside him. Away from this, he will also be been in the film Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali which is a sequel to his 2014 film Kick.