‘Dream Girl’ director Raaj Shaandilyaa tests ‘positive’ for Coronavirus, gets home quarantined

After developing fever a week ago, director tested positive for COVID-19 and has quarantined himself.

Raaj Shaandilya, director of Ayushmann Khurrana’s Dream Girl has recently tested positive for COVID-19. The director has home quarantined himself after discovering symptoms a week ago. According to Times Of India Raaj revealed, “It all began 7 days back when I developed fever that did not go down. Finally, I got myself tested for Coronavirus,” he said, adding, “I have quarantined myself at home.” Shaandilya has also worked a dialogue writer for films like Freaky Ali and Jabariya Jodi.

The director is said to be working on an upcoming project with Ayushmann Khurrana, talking about the same he said to PTI, “I am writing a script and it will be with Ayushmann. It is not a sequel of ‘Dream Girl’. The writing is almost done. I have told Ayushmann I am writing something for him and he said, ‘Let me know’. This will be an entertaining massy commercial film with a social message.” Raaj’s another comedy project is on hold to be discussed with actor Varun Dhawan.

Earlier this week, actor Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora had tested positive for COVID-19 where both of them shared about it through their social media stating that they would be home quarantined.

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