The reports of Suniel Shetty’s building in South Bombay getting sealed by the BMC spread concerns across the city. The apartment was reportedly sealed after three Delta variant COVID-19 cases were found in the building.
However, the Bollywood actor denied these reports and maintained that there is no truth to the news which spread like a wildfire. Taking to his Twitter handle on Monday evening, Shetty issued a statement clarifying about the COVID-19 reports as he wrote:
“Wow! Must say that fake news spreads quicker than any virus. People, pls don’t spread panic. There’s NO ‘Delta Variant’ in my building society. Just one COVID+ case & the patient is recuperating at Breach Candy hospital. The others are currently negative & self quarantined.”
Suniel Shetty in another tweet mentioned that his building and family is fine. He also informed, that there is no delta.
“My building is safe and the family is fine. One wing has a notice up but NOT entire building sealed as being misreported. My mother, my wife Mana, #Ahan, #Athiya & my staff; as well as the entire Bldg are fine & thank U for your good wishes. Sorry folks no #DELTA,” read Suniel Shetty’s tweet.
On the work front, Suniel was recently seen in Sanjay Gupta's film 'Mumbai Saga'. The film had a theatrical release and starred John Abraham, Emraan Hashmi, Kajal Agarwal, Prateik Babbar and Mahesh Manjrekar.
Meanwhile, Suniel Shetty’s son Ahaan Shetty is all set to make his big Bollywood debut opposite Tara Sutaria in the film 'Tadap.'