Actress and politician Nagma said on Wednesday that she tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently in home quarantine. The 50-year-old actress wrote on Twitter that despite receiving her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on April 2, she has turned COVID positive.
The congressional leader asked her fans to be cautious. She wrote on Twitter: ‘A few days ago I took my first dose of vaccine. I tested for COVID 19 yesterday. My test came back positive, so I self-quarantined at home. Be very careful and take the necessary precautions. Even after taking the first dose of the vaccine. ‘
Nagma, who made her big screen debut with the Salman Khan starring actor “Baaghi” in 1990, is known for her performances in such films as “King Uncle,” Shah Rukh Khan, “Suhaag” and “Baasha.”