Chiyaan Vikram tests positive for Covid, actor in home quarantine
Chiyaan Vikram has tested positive for Covid-19. The actor is currently in segregation at his home on the advice of his doctor.
Chiyaan Vikram has tested positive for Covid-19.
In recent weeks, many celebrities have tested positive for Covid-19. The latest celebrity to contract the novel coronavirus is Chiyaan Vikram. According to testimonies, the actor isolated himself at his home in Chennai on the advice of his doctor. Soon an update on the health of his publicist will be shared. It is not known whether her son Dhruv and other family members tested positive for Covid or not.
CHIYAAN VIKRAM POSITIVE COVID TEST
Last month Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan tested positive for Covid-19. He was admitted to Sri Ramachandra Medical Center for a week until he tested negative for the virus. The actor returned to work as soon as he was released from the hospital. Today, actor Chiyaan Vikram has tested positive for Covid-19.
Vikram’s health bulletin has not yet been shared. Reports suggest actor Ai is in home quarantine. Doctors who treated Vikram suggested he self-isolate at home because his symptoms were mild.
In recent weeks, many celebrities have tested positive for Covid-19. Closer to home, actor Arjun Sarja recently tested positive for the virus.
THE NEXT FILMS BY CHIYAAN VIKRAM
Chiyaan Vikram was last seen in Kadaram Kondan. He is now awaiting the release of his next film, Ponniyin Selvan, directed by Mani Ratnam. The actor has an interesting lineup of films at various stages of production. His next release will be Mahaan from Karthik Subbaraj.
Some of his upcoming films include Gautham Menon’s Dhruva Natchathiram and Ajay Gnanamuthu’s Cobra. He recently announced that he will be teaming up with director Pa Ranjith for his next venture.
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