Veteran Bollywood actor Sharmila Tagore on Saturday obtained the primary dose of the coronavirus vaccine at a hospital. Tagore’s daughter Saba Ali Khan, a jewelry designer, took to social media to share the information about her mom getting a vaccine jab. Within the photograph, shared by Saba on her Instagram Tales, the 76-year-old actor is seen flashing the victory signal as she will get vaccinated on the Artemis hospital.
Sharmila Tagore is the most recent Indian celeb to have obtained the COVID-19 vaccine, after veterans like Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Mohanlal, Nagarjuna, Paresh Rawal, Satish Shah, Jeetendra, Kamal Haasan, Anupam Kher, filmmaker Rakesh Roshan and comic Johnny Lever.
On Friday, Dharmendra shared a video of getting his first dose of Covid vaccine. The actor mentioned that he acquired pumped up whereas tweeting and determined to get vaccinated.
Dharmendra tweeted, “Tweet karte karte…. josh aa gaya …aur essential nikal gaya….vaccination lene …. it’s undoubtedly not a showcase…however to encourage you all….. Pals, please take care.”
The veteran actor additionally reminded individuals to put on masks and preserve social distancing, He earlier tweeted, “Masks laga kar baith….. tere tarboz koi nahin kharede ga…….lock down ko lock karna hai ….. to do gaz ki doori aur masks zarori, (put on a masks and sit, no person goes to purchase your watermelons, we’ve got to lock the lockdown, preserve social distance and put on a masks),” Dharmendra captioned his photograph.
On March 1, the federal government launched the nationwide drive of getting everybody above 60 years of age — and people aged between 45-59 with co-morbidities — get vaccinated.
(With PTI Inputs)