Veteran actor Kiran Kumar on testing positive for COVID-19: I am asymptomatic, self quarantined at home since 10 days

24 May, 2020 | Priyanka Sharma

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Veteran actor Kiran Kumar has tested positive for COVID-19 and is self isolating himself at his home since 10 days.

After Kanika Kapoor, Zoa Morani and Karim Morani, the latest Bollywood celebrity to test positive for novel coronavirus-COVID-19 is Veteran actor Kiran Kumar. Although he has tested positive for the deadly virus, he has developed no symptoms till now. In a latest interview with a news portal, Kiran Kumar revealed that he’s asymptomatic. He got himself tested on May 14 and the reports came out positive. It has been ten days but he has not developed any symptoms as of yet. There is no fever or cough. He is absolutely fine and is self quarantined at home.

When asked how he is self isolating himself at home, Kiran Kumar said that he is staying on the third floor of his residential building and her family lives on the second floor. He is alone in his house and is reliving his boarding days as he does everything on his own. The actor added that he will get tested for the second time on May 26 or 27 and reconfirmed that he is absolutely fine right now.

A notable name in the Indian Film and Television Industry, Kiran Kumar was last seen in the film Brothers. Some of his popular films include Tezaab, Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar, Khuda Gawah, Devta, Loha, Dhadhkan among many others.

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Earlier this week, Varun Dhawan lost his aunt to coronavirus. He penned an emotional note on Instagram, bidding his maasi a heartfelt goodbye. The total number of coronavirus cases in India has cr0ssed 1.3 lakh mark with the death toll reaching 3, 867.

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