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Salman Khan's sisters Alvira and Arpita test positive for COVID-19

Salman Khan's sisters Arpita Khan Sharma and Alvira Agnihotri have tested positive for COVID-19. The actor made the news ...
Salman Khan's sisters Alvira and Arpita test positive for COVID-19

Salman Khan's sisters Arpita Khan Sharma and Alvira Agnihotri have tested positive for COVID-19. The actor made the news public in a interview to a news channel.  He said, "Arpita and Alvira tested positive, but they didn't have any symptoms. "Talking about people seeking help during Covid-19 crisis, Salman said, "Yes, it is true that hundreds of people are calling every day for help. We are trying our best to help people. We are providing food and medicines to 25,000 to 50,000 cine workers."

Salman decided to release his upcoming film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai on Eid, May 13. Radhe will have a multi-platform release. "Radhe is a film to be released in multiplexes or single theatres. Our films usually do a business of Rs 200 crore Rs 300 but this time it won't be the same case because of the coronavirus. But we will definitely entertain our fans during this difficult time. However, when the lockdown ends and everything is back to normal, we will release the film in theatres," the actor said. In his latest tweet announcing the release of his dance number 'Zoom Zoom', Khan warned fans about the prevalent Covid-19 threat and said, "These are not the times for zoom zoom so watch n listen to #ZoomZoom at home. Plz be safe."

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