Action can be taken against Alia Bhatt for not following quarantine rules after Karan Johar’s party

Action can be taken against Alia Bhatt for not following quarantine guidelines after Karan Johar’s celebration

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Problems might increase for Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt. Action might be taken versus the under Pandemic Act for not following COVID norms. the starlet was among the celebrities who attended Karan Johar’s party on Dec 8. While other guests, Kareena Kapoor, Amrita Arora, Seema Khan and Maheep Kapoor checked COVID favorable, Alia Bhatt’s report came negative.

However, according to the BMC rules, a person with high threat contact is required to house quarantine for 2 week. apparently, Alia broke the guideline by going to Delhi for promoting her movie Brahmastra. BMC is penetrating the matter.

On getting information about Alia Bhatt going to Delhi, the health department of BMC H West ward contacted Alia’s manager on Wednesday. The health department had encouraged Alia to stay in Delhi after breaking quarantine standards. Nevertheless, the actress returned to the city late at night on Wednesday.

The starlet also shared photos of her visiting Delhi’s Bangla Sahab gurdwara with filmmaker Ayan Mukerji.

The advancement comes a week after Bollywood director Karan Johar tossed a personal bash for around a lots individuals at his house following which the previously mentioned Bollywood celebs checked favorable on Sunday. With they are revealing moderate signs, the B-town characters have actually been shunted to home quarantine and treatment in their sealed flats while the BMC H-West Ward has actually taken up sanitisation of the four buildings.

In a simultaneous workout, the civic health authorities have actually handled to trace around 3 lots contacts of the superstars who went to the party at Johar’s house last Wednesday and they have been sent out for genome sequencing to remove the fear of Omicron variation. Their reports are expected soon.

Published at Thu, 16 Dec 2021 01:52:35 -0600