BMC has ordered an FIR to be filed against Alia Bhatt for violating coronavirus norms? Here’s the truth!

Alia was placed on a 14-day quarantine, but she had to fly to Delhi for an event.

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Several celebs from B-Town have tested positive with COVID-19 amid the third wave fear in India and the rising number of Omicron cases. Kareena Kapoor Khan, Maheep Kapoor, Seema Khan, and Shanaya Kapoor have all been diagnosed with the virus. According to reports, they were all infected at a party hosted by Karan Johar to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. Apart from them all, Alia Bhatt was also present at the event. KJo and his family, as well as Alia, were not infected. Despite this, Alia was placed on a 14-day quarantine, but she had to fly to Delhi for an event.

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According to reports, when BMC officials learned that Alia Bhatt had travelled to Delhi, they phoned her manager and instructed her to stay in Delhi. However, the actor returned to Mumbai late Wednesday night after promoting her forthcoming film Brahmastra. The BMC was claimed to be taking measures. However, according to NDTV, a senior BMC official stated on Thursday that Alia had not broken any quarantine rules by travelling to Delhi. He informed PTI that she got a negative COVID-19 test report before coming to Delhi and that she was not under quarantine. “No action is warranted if she has travelled with a negative COVID-19 report,” the official said, refuting media reports about violation of COVID-19 rules.

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Meanwhile, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor were the centre of attention after releasing the motion poster for their highly anticipated flick Brahmastra. On September 9, 2022, this film will be released.


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