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Kalyaan Dhev tests positive for Covid-19

Actor Kalyaan Dhev, who has mild symptoms, is presently quarantined at a hospital.

Written by Gabbeta Ranjith Kumar | Hyderabad |
April 22, 2021 2:40:11 pm
Kalyaan DhevKalyaan Dhev is the son-in-law of Megastar Chiranjeevi. (Photo: kalyaan_dhev/Instagram)

Telugu actor Kalyaan Dhev has tested positive for Covid-19. Dhev, who has mild symptoms, is presently quarantined at a hospital. On Thursday, the actor took to his Instagram handle to share his diagnosis.

He wrote, “Yesterday, I tested COVID-19 positive with mild symptoms. Quarantined at hospital. Will soon bounce back stronger. Thank you for all your love! Kalyaan Dhev. (sic)”


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Upon knowing the health condition of Dhev, actor-producer Nagababu Konidela wished him a speedy recovery. He commented on the post, “Get well soon… My boy… You will and you can…”

Kalyaan Dhev made his silver screen debut as a hero with Vijetha (2018). His second film Super Machi is awaiting release, while his third movie will be directed by writer-turned-director Sreedhar Seepana. In January, Kalyaan also released the first look of his fourth project titled Kinnerasani.

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Not only Dhev, other notable bigwigs of Telugu film industry such as Pawan Kalyan, Dil Raju, Nivetha Thomas, and Khiladi director Ramesh Varma also recently tested positive for coronavirus.

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First published on: 22-04-2021 at 02:40:11 pm

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