Bollywood actress Shilpa Shirodkar grabbed a number of eyeballs when she revealed that she has acquired the COVID-19 vaccine. The ‘Gopi Kishan’ actress, who lives in Dubai, shared an image on her official Instagram deal with to tell the followers about her vaccination. Shilpa sported a face masks and small bandage on her arm whereas posing for the digital camera. Her publish created buzz on social media as she turned the primary B-town movie star to obtain the Coronavirus vaccine.
The 47-year-old actress posted the picture together with the caption, ” Vaccinated and safe! The new normal… here I come 2021. Thank you, UAE.” For the uninitiated, Dubai began its COVID-19 vaccination program within the final week of December 2020.
Shilpa, whereas speaking to an leisure portal, revealed that she took a Chinese vaccine named Sinopharm. The well-liked 90s actress added that she was administered her first dose on Tuesday (January 6).
Shirodkar additional informed the portal that she had no unwanted side effects after receiving the vaccine for the lethal virus.
“I’ve had absolutely no side effects. I am so glad I took the initiative. I thought about it before taking the vaccine. I won’t pretend that I didn’t have my reservations and fears. But once I made up my mind, I just drove down with a close friend who also wanted to take the vaccine. My staff also went for it,” Shilpa Shirodkar informed SpotboyE.
On the skilled entrance, Shilpa Shirodkar was final seen within the TV present ‘Savitri Devi College & Hospital’, which went off air in 2018. She made her Bollywood debut with Ramesh Sippy’s ‘Bhrastachar’ in 1989. The actress has featured in motion pictures like ‘Khuda Gawah’, ‘Aankhen’, ‘Pehchaan’ and ‘Mrityudand’, to call a couple of.
The lovely actress tied the knot with UK based mostly banker Aparesh Ranjit in 2000. They have a daughter collectively. Shilpa revealed that her hubby and daughter have additionally determined to observe her footsteps and take the vaccine.
The Coronavirus vaccination drive will begin in India from January 16, 2021. Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned that precedence will given to the frontline and healthcare staff, who’re working around the clock to safeguard the residents.
“On 16th January, India takes a landmark step forward in fighting COVID-19. Starting that day, India’s nation-wide vaccination drive begins. Priority will be given to our brave doctors, healthcare workers, frontline workers including Safai Karamcharis,” PM Modi’s tweet learn.
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