Narayani Shashtri, who is currently playing the role of actor Vijayendra Kumeria’s on-screen mother in Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha, has tested positive for COVID-19.
Talking about Narayani’s condition, Producer Sonali Jaffar from Full House Media Pvt. Ltd. said, “Actor Narayani Shastri who is an integral part of the TV show Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha has unfortunately tested positive for COVID-19. She is receiving medical attention and is home quarantined at the moment. Immediately thereupon the entire cast & crew were isolated and tested.”
“The BMC is informed and the sets will be fumigated and sterilized as per the protocol. We are constantly in touch with the entire team as their health is our priority. We stand by our commitment to safety and will continue to ensure that all measures prescribed by the authorities are being adhered to”, she added.
Recently, TV show Anupamaa’s leading lady Rupali Ganguly also tested positive for the coronavirus. On Friday, the actor took to Instagram to inform her fans about her reports. She revealed that her family has also been tested and her Anupamaa family are also getting tested.
Ganguli wrote, “MA Corona Devi.. Tu hai ki nahiiiii (mild to asymptomatic) Ye kya hua kaise hua kab hua… Jab hua tab hua …. chhodo ye na poocho… This is the kind of positive I didn’t want to be. Take care and stay safe everyone and keep showering ur love on my family and Anupamaa family… Sorry for letting u and Rudransh down @ashwinkverma and the entire unit down @rajan.shahi.543 despite u taking all the precautions- pata nahi kahan se kaise ho gaya.”
“Have quarantined myself away from my family and other humans.. Family has been tested and awaiting results…. please keep them in ur prayers… Unit is getting tested too as I write this …. please send out a lot of love , healing and prayers for my family and for my Anupamaa family.”
Meanwhile, India recorded more than one lakh Covid-19 cases in a span of 24 hours on Sunday, the highest single-day rise in infections since the pandemic began last year. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare is yet to announce the cumulative Covid-19 tally in the country for Sunday.
The previous high was achieved on September 16 last year, when 97,894 positive cases were reported. With Sunday’s tally, nearly 1.25 crore people in India have been infected with Covid-19, with the active caseload crossing the 7-lakh mark.