‘Aashiqui’ fame Rahul Roy and his family have tested positive for coronavirus. The actor took to his social media and shared health updates with his fans. He revealed that the family tested positive without leaving the house or interacting with people.
The actor wrote, “My Covid story. My Resident Floor was sealed on 27th March as a neighbour had got tested positive so as a precautionary measure we all were sealed within Flats for 14 days. I and my family had to fly to Delhi on 11th April so we did RTPCR test from Metropolis Lab on 7th April only to receive the test reports on 10th April stating my whole family @romeersen and @priyankaroy_pia are Covid positive,”
He further mentioned, “We had no symptoms at all, and we came to know that the same day BMC officials were doing testing for the whole society so we again did the Antigen test and we all were negative, and moments later again gave samples for RTPCR which went to Suburban Lab but the test report has still not been given to me,”
The actor also revealed that BMC officials had made them sign isolation forms and also sanitized the home, “BMC officials came made me and my family sign isolation forms, sanitised my home, the doctor called asking random questions of what my family business is into? Where is our office? Travel itineraries… haha don’t know what the connection was? Suggested me to get hospitalised to which I replied We have no symptoms so he said ok and suggested to make a chart of oxygen level and take medicines which I am doing since the time I came back post brain stroke from hospital,”
Rahul Roy suffered from a brain stroke while shooting for his upcoming film LAC- Live the Battle in Kargil. He was shifted from Kargil to Srinagar and later to Mumbai’s Nanavati hospital.
On the work front, Rahul Roy was seen in the film, ‘Cabaret’ starring Richa Chadha and Gulshan Devaiah. The actor also appeared in the song ‘Pani Puri. Besides these films, Rahul had participated in the first season of reality show ‘Bigg Boss’. He was also the winner of ‘Bigg Boss 1’.