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Actor Karan Tacker says he has temporarily moved in with his parents at Amba Valley as Covid-19 cases rise in Mumbai

Various Bollywood stars like Amitabh, Abhishek and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan have contracted the Coronavirus in the last one week.
Written By Apoorv Shandilya | Updated: July 15, 2020 16:19 IST
Actor Karan Tacker says he has temporarily moved in with his parents at Amba Valley as Covid-19 cases rise in Mumbai

Even after many months since Coronavirus first broke out in India Mumbai remains a hotspot. While many tv shows and films have resumed work with strict guidelines various other celebrities have left the city altogether. Hindi tv actor Karan Tacker has now revealed that he has temporarily moved in with his parents at Amba Valley. Tacker said that he took the decision after noticing a spike in Coronavirus cases in Mumbai.

 
In a recent interview, Karan said, "We are staying at Amby Valley. The reason behind moving out of the city was that there have been a lot of cases being reported in Mumbai. My building had a few cases and my parents are getting older. I am constantly worried about their health."
 
"Fortunately, none of us have contracted anything yet, but keeping all of this in mind we thought it's a good idea if we could step away from the city, just to be safe," he added.
 
Karan further said, "The pitfall of moving out from the city is the lack of medical facilities. But I am with my parents and, fortunately, Lonavala and Amby Valley do have medical facilities. Maybe, not as good as Bombay but we are all healthy individuals and, in the worst-case scenario, god forbid, we can all just travel back to Mumbai to a hospital."
 
Karan has said that he would like to return to Mumbai soon as he misses working. He also said, "As far as shoots are concerned, if I do end up going on shoots, I will probably quarantine myself after a shoot because I don't intend to put my parents at risk. If my parents are here I can quarantine myself in my Mumbai house."


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