Actor Mahesh Babu tested positive for Kovid-19 and said that he was experiencing mild symptoms and was currently in isolation at home.
To officially announce his diagnosis, Mahesh Babu wrote on Instagram on January 6. “To all my fans and well-wishers, despite all the necessary precautions, I was tested positive for COVID-l9 with mild symptoms. I was isolated at home and following medical guidelines.”
The star urged people to stay safe and follow the corona virus protocol. “I urge everyone who comes in contact with me to self-examine, and I urge anyone who has not been vaccinated to do so immediately, as this reduces the risk of serious symptoms and hospitalizations. Please be safe to meet the Covid standards. Can wait. Come back, love,” he concluded his signature.
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At work front, Mahesh Babu last acted in Sarileru Nikevaru.
The movie directed by Anil Ravipudi was released in 2020 and the heroine is Rashmika Mandana. Now, the 46-year-old actor-director is all set to team up with Trivikaram Sreenivas for an untitled project.
Earlier, Mahesh took to Instagram to share his meeting with Srinivas, producer Naga Vamsi Suryadevara and music director Taman Sivakumar Ghandasala. “Work and cool … productive afternoon with the team !! #TrivikramSrinivas @ vamsi84 usMusicThaman #Dubai,” he captioned the post.
Apart from the untitled project, Mahesh was also busy with director Parasuram for the film Sarkar Wari Pada. Keerthi Suresh will play the lead role in the film.