Ayushmann Khurrana misses out living with the family at hometown due to Covid19 threat

Ayushmann Khurrana is currently shooting for his next film in his hometown Chandigarh. The actor, despite being in his hometown, is staying away from his family by living at a hotel because of the COVID-19.

The “Andhadun” actor has checked himself into a hotel because of the threat of COVID-19. He decided to do so as he didn’t want to put his family in a vulnerable state in any way. He says, “I’ve been extremely cautious throughout the pandemic, and taken every possible step to not catch the virus and protect my family as well. My wife and kids can never come in harm’s way because of me.”

He also said that even if he has started working again, he wouldn’t want to do it at the risk of harming his family.

The entire team of the film has been living in a hotel and adhering to all precautions related to COVID-19. He says, “In fact, even when I go to meet my family nowadays, we observe social distance measures and also wear our respective masks. I must admit it feels odd but at the same time, it’s extremely important for our safety.” The actor added that he’s being tested for COVID-19 at regular intervals.

The actor along with his co-star Vaani Kapoor are all geared up for their film ‘Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui.’ It is a progressive love story and Ayushmann can be seen in a unique role as a Cross-functional athlete.

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