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Salman Khan Takes His Second Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

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Recently, Salman Khan was spotted at a vaccination centre in Mumbai where he took his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The actor had first taken the vaccine in March. But it was the timing of Eid-Ul-Fitr that made him decide to take the vaccine. Meanwhile, several film personalities, including Mohanlal, Kamal Haasan, Neena Gupta, and Nagarjuna, also had the vaccine in March. This came after a surge in cases of the virus in Maharashtra.

The actor took the first dose of COVID-19 vaccination back in March and confirmed to reporters that he had received the second dose on May 9. He shared with interviewers that his parents and brother Arbaaz Khan also underwent the same vaccine. The actor was spotted at a vaccination centre a day after watching his film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai on the pay-per-view broadcast platform Zee Plex.

The government of India has recently opened the vaccination drive for people above 45 years. As of April 6, 43 lakh doses of Covid-19 vaccine were administered to individuals aged 45 and older. The move to make the vaccination mandatory is being welcomed by many people, including celebrities. In fact, it has been a popular move in India for the last several years. After all, the disease has been a growing problem for Indians, and the government wants to prevent the spread of the virus.

While Salman Khan is currently busy shooting Tiger 3 with Katrina Kaif, his next release, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, directed by Prabhudheva thecelebportal, will hit theatres on May 13. The film was initially scheduled to be released last year on Eid but was delayed due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Radhe also stars Randeep Hooda, Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff, and Zarina Wahab.

The Bollywood actor took the COVID-19 vaccine in March. He was surrounded by heavy security as he waited for his appointment. He was wearing washed jeans, a grey t-shirt, a black baseball cap, and a white mask. The vaccine, COVID-19, protects against a bacterial infection that causes severe pain in the lungs. Vaccination is one of the best ways to protect against it.

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