New Delhi Bad news from the Kapoor family once again. Actor Ranbir Kapoor, son of Rishi Kapoor, has deteriorated. This information has been given by Ranbir’s uncle actor Randhir Kapoor. He has said that he feels that his nephew Ranbir Kapoor has been infected with the corona virus. Due to which they have been quarantined.
Randhir Kapoor said this while talking to English website Pinkvilla. When asked if Ranbir Kapoor was infected with Corona virus, he replied yes. After this Randhir Kapoor said, ‘I believe that he is not well, but I am not sure how he got it. I am not in the city. ‘ Now this news is being discussed a lot on social media.
Many of Ranbir Kapoor’s fans are wishing him a quick recovery. Significantly, in December last year, his mother actress Neetu Kapoor also became a victim of Corona virus. She was hit by the corona virus during the shooting of the film ‘Jug Jug Jio’. Neetu Kapoor went to Chandigarh for the shooting of the film where she fell victim to this dangerous epidemic. After which he was brought to Mumbai by ambulance. The good thing is that the actress is completely healthy now.
Talk about Ranbir Kapoor’s workfront at the same time, these days he is in the discussion about shooting his film Brahmastra. The shooting of this film is in the final stages. This superhero trilogy film is being directed by Ayan Mukherjee. Brahmastra is an ambitious and much awaited Bollywood film. Apart from Ranbir Kapoor, actress Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna Akkineni and Mouni Roy will also be seen in important roles in this film.
Nagarjuna has completed shooting for his part, which he had informed a few days ago through social media. Brahmastra is a pan-India film from the Hindi film industry, which will also be released in theaters in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada languages. In 2020, the film industry was greatly affected by the corona virus epidemic. Brahmastra was first reported to be released on Christmas in 2020. The film was announced in 2017. Its shooting began in Bulgaria. This is followed by London, New York, Edinburgh and Varanasi.