Despite Katrina Kaif Testing Positive Of COVID-19, Salman Khan Continues To Shoot For Tiger 3!

Despite Katrina Kaif Testing Positive Of COVID-19, Salman Khan Continues To Shoot For Tiger 3!
Despite Katrina Kaif Testing Positive Of COVID-19, Salman Khan Continues To Shoot For Tiger 3!
Despite Katrina Kaif Testing Positive Of COVID-19, Salman Khan Continues To Shoot For Tiger 3!

Coronavirus is taking a toll on Bollywood as many BTown celebs have been testing positive for the COVID-19 and the industry is again facing difficulties. Yesterday it was reported that Katrina Kaif have tested positive for the virus. The actress took her social media handle to announce the same.

Katrina was working with Salman on Tiger 3. The shoot of the action-packed spy thriller commenced on March 8. As per the latest reports, we hear that the film’s shoot is continuing as per the plan with the Dabangg actor at Yash Raj studios in Mumbai.

“Katrina Kaif shot for Tiger 3 a week back and is scheduled to join again from the end of April for a few days. This was always a part of the original shooting plan of the film, so there is no delay in the shoot of Tiger 3. Right now, Salman Khan is finishing his solo portions with Maneesh, and the shoot is going on in full swing,” a source was quoted as saying.

However, the source also added that all Covid-19 protocol has been strictly followed in the set.

“From constant sanitisation to compulsory mask and Covid-test at regular interval for the cast and crew, Aditya Chopra is following strict measures on the set to be safe and avoid any sort of lapse. All the sets and equipment’s are also sanitised multiple times to curb the possibility of virus spread. All the govt. Prescribed guidelines are being strictly adhered to on the sets,” the source added.

Apart from Tiger 3, Shah Rukh Khan, John Abraham and Deepika Padukone’s Pathan is also being shot at the studio presently with the same covid-protocols.

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