Coronavirus pandemic: Prabhas in self-isolation after returning from his film's shoot abroad
Prabhas is currently working on filmmaker Radha Krishna Kumar's untitled film, which also features Pooja Hedge.
South superstar Prabhas has announced that he is in self-quarantine in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a short statement posted on Twitter, the Baahubali actor said he recently returned from Georgia after completing a film's shoot and therefore decided to keep himself insolation.
"On safely returning from my shoot abroad, in light of increasing risks of COVID-19 , I have decided to self-quarantine. Hope you all are also taking the necessary precautions to be safe," Prabhas tweeted on Saturday.
Check out the tweet here
On safely returning from my #Prabhas20 shoot abroad, in light of the increasing risks of #Covid19, I have decided to self quarantine.Hope you all are also taking the necessary precautions to be safe. - #Prabhas via Instagram.#JanataCurfewChallenge #StayHomeStaySafe pic.twitter.com/sv1ee6Szmm
— Prabhas (@PrabhasRaju) March 21, 2020
The actor is currently working on filmmaker Radha Krishna Kumar's untitled film, which also features Pooja Hedge.
A number of Indian celebrities are under self-quarantine after their return from abroad, including Anupam Kher and Shabana Azmi.
Legendary actor Dilip Kumar had on Monday said he is completely under isolation to avoid any infection due to coronavirus outbreak. The 97-year-old actor shared the health update on his Twitter account.
Novel coronavirus cases in India rose to 283 on Saturday after 60 fresh cases were reported in various parts of the country.
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