‘Tumbbad’ actor Sohum Shah opens up about his battle with Covid-19; requests fans to take safety precautions
Actor Sohum Shah in a video shared that he was contracted with Covid-19 in Rajasthan. Sohum has returned to Mumbai after seven months and he has also finished the shoot of ‘The Big Bull’. In the video, he requested his fans to wear masks, wash their hands and maintain social distancing.
In the video, he said in Hindi, “Bohot dinon se aap logon se baat nahi hui. Toh socha ki hi, hello kar lu. Main Mumbai laut aya hoon saath mahinon ke baad. ‘Big Bull’ ka shoot khatam ho gaya hain. Maine kuch aur cheezen bhi sign ki hain jiske announcements jaldi aane wale hain aur mask toh pehen rahe hain na aap log? Mujhe Corona ho gaya tha Rajasthan main aur bohot mushkil se theek hua hoon aur bohot tough time hote hain. Please mask pehniye, social distancing ka dhyan rakhiye aur haath dhote rahiye.”
Check out the video here.
Earlier, the ‘Tumbbad’ actor went live from Indian Express Facebook page and spoke about his self-isolation experience. He said, “From the time WHO has declared COVID-19 a pandemic, I have become more careful. I have been largely staying back at home, and if I really do have to get out, then I am making sure I wash my hands properly very often. It is a serious disease, it is spreading so quickly that we have only one choice, to be mindful and careful.”
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