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Swab Collection Of Actor Anmol and Actress Upasana

Both the actors are staying isolated at their respective home.

KATHMANDU: Famous actor Anmol KC and actress Upasana Singh Thakuri’s swabs have been collected. A few weeks ago, a woman in the filming of a Yamaha scooter ad was spotted with a corona, and Yamaha’s team tested their corona. Corona test reports of both have not been received. Nor do they show any symptoms.

Anmol said that he had tested the corona two days ago after receiving information from the Yamaha team. He said that the report would be available by tomorrow. He is now living in isolation at home. He also said that he has distanced himself from his family members. After the lockdown, Anmol is busy with videos and photoshoots of advertisements of various companies.

After the government announced a lockdown to prevent the spread of corona infection, the daily routine is being carried out inside Anmol’s house. He used to visit Krishna Temple once or twice a week.After the situation returned to normal, he will be busy shooting for the film ‘A Mero Hajur 4’. Filming for the movie was halted after the lockdown. After this film, he will be busy shooting for ‘Paras’.

Similarly, Upasana, who made her debut as an actress in the film ‘Captain’, did ‘Kabaddi Kabaddi Kabaddi’ as her second film. Her performance in both the films was praised. However, due to her studies, she is thinking of not joining any film till August. Her corona report is due by Friday evening. Now she is living in isolation at home.

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