Ram Charan Undergoes Strict Isolation After Vanity Driver Passes Away: Reports
Ram Charan's vanity driver passed away due to COVID-19, according to the reports. The actor follows a strict isolation
Over the last few weeks, India recorded a rapid surge in Coronavirus cases. Breaking all the previous records of the outspread in the nation, the highest single-day spike peaked at 3.14 lakh as of Thursday. The new mutant variants of the COVID-19 virus are said to be more vulnerable. According to the latest reports, Tollywood actor, Ram Charan has isolated himself after his vanity bus driver passed away. Reportedly, he was battling with the complications post-testing COVID-19 positive.
Although the star has not posted anything on his social media handles, he is said to have undergone extremely strict isolation mode. He has quarantined himself at his house, according to the latest report by Pinkvilla. The actor has been busy prepping for the release of his extravaganza films- RRR and Acharya. Ram Charan even treated his fans with the posters of these upcoming movies. His father Chiranjeevi accompanied him at the Acharya shoots a while ago. The crew has apparently halted the production work after Sonu Sood also tested positive. He is reportedly portraying the antagonist in this film.
For the unversed, Ram Charan’s uncle Pawan Kalyan (Chiranjeevi’s brother) recently tested positive for COVID-19, after which he isolated himself at his Hyderabad farmhouse. His political party member Jana Sena tweeted a picture of the power star and revealed about him getting treated at the farmhouse.
Talking about the COVID-19 situations in India, several states have imposed lockdown-like restrictions. The nation is currently in the second position to have been worst hit by the pandemic. PM Narendra Modi in his address to the nation also confessed about the nation dealing with oxygen crisis.
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