COVID-19: Karim Morani's daughters Shaza and Zoa discharged from hospital
Bollywood producer Karim Morani's daughters Shaza and Zoa have been discharged from the hospital after testing negative for coronavirus. The sisters were recently diagnosed with the virus and were admitted to separate hospitals. Notably, Shaza had traveled back from Sri Lanka in early March, while elder sister Zoa had returned from Rajasthan around mid-March. Karim was also diagnosed with COVID-19.
Zoa said she is happy to be back home
Zoa, who is also an actor, said she is happy to be back home, and expressed gratitude to doctors. "I am extremely grateful to the doctors, nurses and hospital staff who took care of my health and my spirits everyday. You will be in my prayers forever. No words can describe how does it feel to be home. I'm so grateful," she told PTI.
Felt like were all in this together, said Zoa
The actor also thanked the media and stressed on following guidelines. "Thank you to the media for being so sensitive and warm and also for all the wishes and prayers we received through social media. Truly felt like we were in this together," she asserted. Zoa has featured in movies like Always Kabhi Kabhi produced by Shah Rukh Khan, Bhaag Johnny, and some web-series.
Meanwhile, Karim is under medical care at Nanavati hospital
Meanwhile, Karim is currently under medical care at Nanavati Hospital. The producer, a close friend of Shah Rukh, has produced many of his films such as Chennai Express, Ra.One, Dilwale, and Happy New Year. However, he has been away from the showbiz for some time.
COVID-19 has killed 331 in India
Before the Moranis, Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor was also diagnosed with COVID-19 after she returned from the UK. She has now fully recovered. Across India, the pandemic has claimed the lives of 331 persons and infected more than 9,000. Meanwhile, on its part, Bollywood is actively supporting India's fight against the crisis. Stars like Akshay Kumar and SRK have pledged donations.