Bollywood actress Hema Malini took to social media to mourn the demise of her secretary, who has succumbed to COVID-19.
India, which is currently the second-worst COVID-hit country, has over 15 million cases with Delhi recording around 23,686 cases.
The 72-year-old actor had revealed on social media that she had registered to get inoculated and urged others to do it as well.
Hema Malini recalled the experience on an episode of the singing-based-reality show Indian Idol 12, when she was asked to recount her experience of shooting Sholay.
Speaking about the COVID-19 situation, she reminded people that the pandemic is not yet over and masks should be used and safety protocols followed.
Hema Malini pitches for agri laws, says BJP govt ensuring no stone unturned to increase farmers' income
She appealed to farmers and their unions to give up their protest over the new farm laws and sit across the table with the government to remove their apprehensions.
The 'Sholay' actor who is also an ace classical dancer, took to Twitter to condole the demise of the noted dance critic.
Hema Malini, Dharmendra are 'overjoyed grandparents' as daughter Ahana Deol gives birth to twin girls
The twins have been named Astraia and Asea, and Hema Malini informed that Ahana delivered on Thursday. She further tweeted that she and Dharmendra are 'overjoyed grandparents' to the twins.
Actress-politician Hema Malini on Wednesday treated fans with new pictures of her with her husband, actor Dharmendra.
Hema Malini's younger daughter Ahana, too, posted a birthday wish on social media.
The BJP MP said due to the coronavirus situation, she could come to Mathura for the inauguration of the projects and congratulated local people for the facilities at the railway junction.
Wishing health, happiness, and prosperity, senior actor Hema Malini extended warm wishes of the festival on Twitter.
The minor girl from the Bakerwal community was kidnapped on January 10; taken to a temple in Rasana village in Kathua.
This is how the Telugu film industry remembered the late actor.
The 'Dream Girl' of Bollywood, Hema Malini on Sunday mourned the sudden demise of veteran actor Sridevi, who breathed his last on Saturday.