Salman Khan’s sister Alvira and Arpita get corona, actor confirms- Corona cases are increasing in the country and millions of people are getting infected with this virus. At the same time, people are falling victim to this coronavirus in Bollywood Industry. Superstar Salman Khan’s two sisters Arpita Khan Sharma and Alvira Khan Agnihotri have been found to be Corona positive. Salman Khan himself has given information about this.
Salman Khan held a press conference for his upcoming film ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’. During this, he told that both his sisters Arpita Khan Sharma and Alvira Khan Agnihotri are corona positive but they have no symptoms.
Salman Khan said that when the corona cases were coming up last year, one would hear that someone had become corona. Last time, two of his drivers had a corona, but this time their family members and close relatives are having a corona. Salman Khan said that the second wave of Corona is quite dangerous.
Salman Khan’s sister Arpita Khan married Ayush Sharma in the year 2014. Ayush Sharma is currently active in films. At the same time, Alvira Khan married actor and producer Atul Agnihotri.
Salman Khan’s sisters Alvira and Arpita were reported to have a coronavirus infection, but Salman later confirmed that Arpita must have had a corona infection, but they are now fully recovered. As soon as the news came out, Arpita Khan Sharma herself confirmed on her social media that she was Corona positive last month and is fine now.
Salman was present at the round table with journalists for the promotion of his upcoming film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. Where this matter came to light, however, due to the confusions, Arpita, as well as Alvira, were also reported to be Corona positive.
Alvira was not another cousin infected
When asked by the Khan family about this, Salman clarified that Alvira was not covid. The infection occurred only to Arpita and one of her cousin sisters, but both are now fully recovered. Alvira was never covid. Significantly, 31-year-old Arpita also has two young children.