Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor’s father Randhir Kapoor both tested positive for COVID 19 a few days ago. Randhir was reportedly hospitalised shortly after and was being treated at Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital. Though fans have been waiting for an update on Randhir’s wellbeing, according to a recent article, he has now tested negative for COVID 19.
According to news in the newspapers, the veteran actor has been released from the hospital and is doing well.
“I am back home,” Randhir told the Times of India about the situation. “I am in excellent health.” Even after returning home, the veteran actor will remain in seclusion and will only meet his wife Babita, daughters Kareena and Karisma, and others after a couple of days.
“I’ve been told to stay away. It’ll just be a matter of time before I meet people,” he said. Randhir also expressed his gratitude to the frontline staff who assisted him in overcoming the deadly virus. “I appreciate the efforts of the hospital’s employees. They were absolutely incredible. Randhir was quoted as saying, “They looked after me very well.”
Randhir was rushed to the hospital after complaining of shivering following his COVID 19 diagnosis. During his fight with Coronavirus, however, the actor said that he did not feel out of breath and did not need any oxygen assistance. “I didn’t need oxygen support. I did not feel breathless at any point. God has been kind,” he said.