Actress-politician Nagma said on Wednesday that she has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently home quarantined. The 50-year-old actress wrote on Twitter that despite receiving her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on April 2, she has become COVID positive.
The Congress leader asked her fans to be cautious. She wrote on Twitter, 'A few days ago I took my first dose of vaccine. Yesterday I did the COVID 19 test. My test has come positive, so I have quarantined myself at home. Please take all care and take necessary precautions. Even after taking the first dose of the vaccine. '
Nagma, who made her big-screen debut with Salman Khan-starrer actor "Baaghi" in 1990, is known for her performances in films such as "King Uncle", Shah Rukh Khan, "Suhaag" and "Baasha".