‘Choti Sarrdaarni’ actor Amal Sehrawat’s father succumbs to Coronavirus

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‘Choti Sarrdaarni’ actor Amal Sehrawat lost his father last month. The actor’s father succumbed to the deadly Coronavirus. Unfortunately, the actor could meet his father just once before he died and also his mother tested positive for Covid-19 twice. Amal recently took to his social media handle and shared about the testing time of his family.

Taking to his Instagram handle the actor wrote, “Dear Instagram Family. I apologise for not being active and responding to your messages since some days. I lost my Father Mr Raj Bail Singh to Covid 19 last month and my mother also tested positive twice. It has been a testing time for me and my family, but thanks to good memories left by my father that’s helping us to sail through.”

The actor further thanked his family and friends for their support, “I express my heartfelt gratitude to all my friends, relatives, the entire #chotisarrdaarni team for standing by me and my family throughout. My special thanks to entire media for being so sensitive and cooperative about it . I request everyone not to panic rather understand Covid 19 and follow all the instructions to prevent it. If any symptoms surface please contact a doctor immediately . Loads of love to everyone, see you soon (sic).”



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The actor in an interview with Times of India revealed that his father was asymptomatic and died of cardiac arrest post his Covid-19 diagnosis. Speaking about his mother the actor told the daily, “This is an extremely unpredictable virus, my father couldn’t survive whereas my mother, despite being diabetic, got through it. She’s fine now, physically as well as mentally. My father always called her the Iron Lady of our house and he was right.”

Amal plays the role of Jagjeet Singh Dhillon in ‘Choti Sarrdaarni’. He has also been part of shows like ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’.

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