TV actor Mandar Chandwadkar, who’s seen enjoying the position of Bhide in Sony SAB’s ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’, shared a video to tell his followers that he has examined optimistic for COVID-19. The actor requested his followers to take care of social distancing to maintain the virus at bay. He additionally urged everybody to put on a face masks as a precautionary measure in opposition to Coronavirus.
Mandar Chandwadkar Instagram Put up
The gifted actor stated that he’s following the BMC tips after testing optimistic for COVID-19. He supplied a well being replace and revealed that he’s asymptomatic. Small display’s Bhide went into self-isolation after he was recognized with the virus.
He promised to entertain the viewers quickly along with his rib-tickling comedy in ‘Taarak Mehta’. Mandar wrote, “Guys do care for your self plz plz put on masks n keep social distance.. i’m asymptomatic and shall resume work very quickly.. until then take care n be secure.”
‘TMKOC’ Co-Stars Pray For Mandar’s Restoration
Ambika Ranjankar and Sunaya Fauzdar dropped feedback on Mandar’s submit and despatched their get effectively quickly messages to him. Ambika, who’s seen as Hasmukhi, wrote, “Get effectively quickly, extra energy.”
Sunaya aka new Anjali commented, “Hey effectively quickly…god bless.”
It stays to be seen if the makers of ‘Taarak Mehta’ will introduce a brand new observe in Mandar’s absence or not. Mayur Vakani aka Sundarlal had additionally contracted the virus. He performs the position of Disha Vakani’s on-screen brother within the fashionable sitcom.
TV Celebs Who Not too long ago Examined Optimistic For COVID
Many small display celebs together with Aishwarya Sharma, Neil Bhatt, Manit Joura and Ariah Agarwal have been recognized with the virus.
‘Bigg Boss 14’ finalist Nikki Tamboli has additionally examined optimistic for Coronavirus. She shared a submit on social media to tell the followers about the identical. The Marathi Mulgi additionally requested the folks, who got here involved along with her, to endure a COVID-19 take a look at.