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Khushi Kapoor’s tests COVID-19 positive, sister Janhvi Kapoor & father Boney Kapoor home quarantined

Omicron cases are increasing like fire in India and the recovery rate is also quick. Talking about the entertainment industry, somewhere the celebrities have become a victim of the virus, and now it is learned that producer Boney Kapoor’s daughter Khushi Kapoor has also become a victim of Covid. After actress Janhvi Kapoor, Khushi and the rest of the family had to test, although Boney Kapoor is home quarantined.


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According to sources, Khushi Kapoor attended a party for the new year. After a few days, she developed mild symptoms like fever, itchy throat, 4 days later she got tested and she came out positive. Her father Boney Kapoor and other family members are safe at her residence. Peepingmoon’s report states that BMC has quarantined Khushi at her Mumbai home.

Yesterday, Janhvi Kapoor shared her picture on her Instagram handle, taking the temperature with a thermometer. In one of the pictures, the actress can be seen lying on the bed with her sister, and captioned the post, “that time of year again.”

The reports of Janhvi and Boney Kapoor have not come clear yet, even both are following social distancing. Janhvi also did painting and read novels to spend her time. On Janhvi’s work front, the star kid collaborated with Boney Kapoor for the first time in Milli.

Janhvi Kapoor said while working with her father Boney Kapoor, “It’s a wrap! #Milli My first film with papa, of whom I’ve only heard stories of all my life as a producer. But after working with you, and it feels so cool to say that!! I finally know what everyone means when they say you give your heart and soul to each film you take up.” Apart from this, Janhvi Kapoor has a slew of interesting projects lined up for her. She is gearing up to star in Colin D’Cunha directed quasi-sequel to the 2008 film Dostana. Janhvi also has Siddharth Sengupta’s black comedy Good Luck Jerry with her.

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