On May 19, in a statement to the press, Boney Kapoor had revealed that his 23-year-old house help had tested positive for coronavirus. Now, it is being reported that two more house helps of the producer have tested positive. The news was confirmed to SpotboyE by Oshiwara Police Station PI, Dayanand Bangar. Now, Boney Kapoor’s spokesperson told indianexpress.com that Boney Kapoor, Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor have tested negative. In his previous statement, Boney had revealed that his family, including daughters Janhvi and Khushi, is fine and no one has shown any symptoms. He had said his family is under self-quarantine for the next 14 days and will follow all the guidelines issued by BMC diligently. A version of the statement was posted by Janhvi Kapoor on her social media account.
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