BMC registers FIR against Arbaaz Khan, Sohail Khan and his son Nirvaan for violating COVID-19 guidelines

Kiona Rosh
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On Monday, The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) registered a case against actors Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan for violating Covid-19 norms.


Sohail Khan’s son Nirvaan Khan has also been named in the case registered by the municipal body for violating Covid-19 rules.
According to the complaint filed by a BMC medical officer, the trio Arbaaz Khan, Nirvaan Khan, and Sohail Khan returned from Dubai on December 25 last year and directly went home without isolating themselves at a hotel. The complainant also stated that the trio was asked to quarantine themselves in a hotel as per the Covid-19 norms but they went home directly.


It’s also said that they gave a “false undertaking” to quarantine themselves at Hotel Taj Lands End in Mumbai but went to their Bandra home instead, the complainant stated.


As per the BMC guidelines, the trio should have gone through a seven-day institutional quarantine.
Hence, an FIR has been registered against them, sources said.


However, a BMC team later visited Sohail Khan’s house. Sohail confirmed that the trio had booked for quarantine at Taj Lands End but went to their respective homes after their report at the airport came “negative”.