Stunningly beautiful Bollywood lead actress Rakul Preet Singh has tested positive for corona virus and has honestly disclosed the diagnosis On the social media Rakul Preet shared, “I’d like to inform everyone that I have tested positive for Covid-19. I have quarantined myself. I am feeling fine and will rest up well so that I can be back at shoot soon. Request everyone who met me to kindly get yourself tested,” she has just posted Rakul Preet Singh recently appeared on celebrity talk show Sam Jam Samantha, which streams on OTT platform Aha. By Chaitanya Padukone
Not many are aware that Rakul shares her birthday (Oct 10th) with iconic ageless actress….
On the work front, Rakul was last seen in Telugu movie Manmadhudu 2. She has Kamal Haasan’s Indian 2, Sivakarthikeyan’s sci-fi film Ayaalan, Nithiin’s Check and Ajay Devgn’s MayDay in her acting kitty. Not many are aware that Rakul shares her birthday (Oct 10th) with iconic ageless actress Rekha.
In this recent action-thriller-romance ‘Marjaavaan’ (2019) her sensuous danseuse-lover-girl character ‘Arzoo’ had a striking resemblance to that of Rekha’s ‘Zohra Begum’ in ‘Muqaddar Ka Sikandar’ (1978). With her oomph-appeal Rakul had played the ‘bubbly vivacious ‘other woman’-girl opposite Ajay Devgn in this movie ‘De De Pyaar De’(2019). In fact Rakul was once again cast opposite Ajay Devgn in this upcoming aviation-centric movie ‘Mayday’ where she plays a co-pilot.
Ajay who believes in the mantra ‘the-show-must-go-on’ is expected to continue to shoot for ‘Mayday’
She had flown to Hyderabad last week for this same movie and had begun her rehearsals Reportedly she hardly had any interactions with Devgn and the other cast and crew out there, before she was diagnosed ‘positive’ Meanwhile, Ajay who believes in the mantra ‘the-show-must-go-on’ is expected to continue to shoot for ‘Mayday’ for all his solo scenes and solo shots and will not take a Christmas or a New Year break, according to sources. Incredible, as it may sound the ‘sonni Punjabi kudi’ Rakul has acted in over 30 released movies in various South Indian (Telugu-Tamil) regional languages.