Producer Karim Morani, who bankrolled Chennai Express, has revealed that his daughter Shaza Morani has examined positive for Coronavirus. The producer revealed that she has been admitted to Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai.
The Morani brothers (Aly, Karim, and Mohamed) stay with their households at Juhu. After the COVID-19 prognosis, their homes have been stored underneath lockdown. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation officers will attain the Morani family on April 6 to examine the remainder of the members of the family to examine if they’re displaying any signs.
Karim despatched out textual content messages to individuals whom he is aware of within the neighborhood. His message reads, “Dear All, Shaza, my daughter, has tested COVID-19 positive without any symptoms at all, although she has been in isolation and not mingled with any foreign travellers. Since we are all law-abiding citizens, it is my duty to inform the authorities and you all, being in the closest proximity to you. We are admitting her to isolation in Nanavati Hospital. The municipal authorization committee will come to talk to you tomorrow (6th April) morning at 10.30 a.m. for briefing all and checking if anyone has any symptoms. Please do as you feel deem fit. We are sorry to cause this inconvenience. Would request to keep it confidential please, for all of us.”
Karim Morani has been co-producer on a number of Shah Rukh Khan’s tasks together with Happy New Year, Chennai Express, Dilwale and Ra.One.