Tamannaah Bhatia prepping up for post-quarantine work: Says “Last days of WFH”

While coronavirus pandemic is continuing to extend its paws in the country, things are gradually turning into normal in the film industry. Adhering to the rules, regulations and safety precautions issued by the government, shootings have recently resumed in most parts of the country and actors are also keen to kick-off their post-quarantine work. Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Tamannaah Bhatia posted a pic from her script-reading session at home and wrote “Last few days of working from home 👩💻 Corona hasn’t left us but will eventually have to get back on the sets with extreme precautions.”

After a long time, the 30-year-old actress was spotted on the streets of Mumbai the other day as she stepped out for a salon session. Slipping into a tee and black shorts, she posed for the shutterbugs and flaunted her no-makeup look like a pro.

Recently, Tamannaah took to social media and revealed that both her parents were tested positive for COVID-19 with mild symptoms. She wrote “My parents were showing mild Covid-19 symptoms over the weekend and as a precautionary measure everyone at home underwent tests immediately. The results have just come in, and unfortunately my parents have tested positive. The necessary authorities have been updated of their situation and we are complying with the precautionary guidelines.”

She added that her staff and family members including herself have tested negative. At present, her parents are taking rest in home quarantine.

Presently, Tamannaah is playing a Kabaddi coach in Gopichand’s upcoming sports-drama Seetimaarr. She is also starring opposite Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the Hindi film Bole Chudiyan. Recently, she was roped in as the leading lady opposite Satyadev Kancharana in Gurthundha Seethakalam, the Telugu remake of the Kannada romance Love Mocktail.