- The actor and his family have been asked to quarantine.
- He had taken travel pass to travel.
- The screening had been done and he along with his family members tested negative.
- His film Ghoomketu to be released on 22 May, on ZEE5.
B-town actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his family are in-home quarantine for 14 days at his own house in Budhana in Muzaffarnagar district. The actor and his family member underwent medical screening for Coronavirus and have tested negative for the virus. The actor had taken a travel pass and reached home on May 15. Both his family and he have been asked to remain in home quarantine till 25 May.
Siddique’s mother, brother, and sister-in-law had also travelled with him in his private car after which the actor told reporters that he and his family all have undergone medical screenings at 25 points during his journey. Health officials visited the actors Home and ordered quarantine for 14 days, said Kushalpal Singh, Station House Officer, Budhana police circle. The actor will be soon seen in the Bollywood project Ghoomketu. Due to lockdown, and shutting down of cinema halls, the movie couldn’t release due to financial issues of the production house Phantom Films and Sony Pictures Networks due to which it will release now on ZEE5 on 22 May.