After Amitabh Bachchan and his son-actor, Abhishek Bachchan was tested positive for coronavirus, their bungalow Jalsa was declared a containment zone. Now, the property Jalsa got rid of the ‘containment zone’ posters. News agency ANI shared pictures of BMC officials removing containment zone signs from outside the Bungalow on Sunday.Also Read - 9 Most Dazzling And Costly Wedding Rings Worn by Bollywood Actresses
ANI tweets along with the pictures, “BMC removes poster which they had put outside ‘Jalsa’, residence of Amitabh Bachchan, declaring it as containment zone. (sic)” Also Read - Apartment Complexes In Karnataka To Be Declared Containment Zones In Case Of 3 Covid Cases: BBMP Issues Fresh Guidelines
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Recently, Amitabh Bachchan opened up about on the alarming effects of the deadly virus on mental health. Taking to his blog, he penned a lengthy note and shared, “In the darkness of the night and the shiver of the cold room, I sing… eyes shut in attempted sleep… there is no one about or around… and the freedom to be able to do that will extend I know if in the Will of the Almighty there is release. The aftercare has ever been the deciding and most valuable time on recovery after the incident of medical professional doctoring in the patient’s life.”
“There is one note of matter that seems trivial but it is a factor… the mental conditions and the effects of the disease… clinically, medically all that is known to be effective, yet very little is known that remains hidden, unseen and not visible… matters of the mind often are not. The mental state sparks from the stark reality that the Covid-19 patient , put in hospitalised isolation , never gets to see another human… for weeks”, he further added.
Apart from Big B and Abhishek, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Aaradhya Bachchan are also admitted to Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai after testing COVID-19 positive. Other family members – Jaya Bachchan, Shweta Bachchan, Agastya Nanda and Navya Naveli Nanda tested negative for coronavirus and are in self-isolation.