Shilpa Shirodkar gets the COVID-19 vaccine in UAE

Sagar Malik
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Shilpa Shirodkar gets the COVID-19 vaccine in UAE
Shilpa Shirodkar gets the COVID-19 vaccine in UAE

09 Jan 2021: Shilpa Shirodkar gets the COVID-19 vaccine in UAE

Actor Shilpa Shirodkar has revealed that she has received the vaccine dose against coronavirus in Dubai.

The 47-year-old recently took to Instagram to post a picture of herself after the vaccination, where a small bandage can be seen on her upper arm.

"Vaccinated and safe! The new normal... here I come 2021. Thank you, UAE (sic)," she captioned the image.

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Details: Dubai began administering COVID-19 vaccine in December

For the unversed, Dubai started administering the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Pfizer-BioNTech in December 2020.

Meanwhile, India has commenced dry runs for the vaccination drive across the country.

The top drug regulator of the country has already given the final approval to two vaccines, doses of which will first be given to the healthcare professional, frontline workers and senior citizens across India.

Fact: Here is the post by Shilpa Shirodkar

Career: Shilpa lives in Dubai with her husband, Aparesh Ranjit

Shilpa, one of the top female actors during the nineties, had made her acting debut with the 1989 film Bhrashtachar.

She went on to be a part of movies like Kishen Kanhaiya, Hum, Aankhen, Khuda Gawah, Bewafa Sanam, among others.

She took a break from acting after featuring in the 2000 film Gaja Gamini.

She currently lives in Dubai with her husband, Aparesh Ranjit.

Work: Shilpa starred in films and a few TV serials

After over a decade, Shilpa resumed her career with a role in the television serial Ek Mutthi Aasmaan.

She later appeared in shows like Silsila Pyaar Ka and Savitri Devi College And Hospital.

Two of her films, Barood and Guns of Banaras, have remained unreleased yet.

Shilpa is the younger sister of actor Namrata Shirodkar, star of films like Bride And Prejudice and Vastav.

Also see: India's COVID-19 vaccination drive, registration, priority beneficiaries: Everything to know
COVID-19 vaccines will be free across India: Union Health Minister
Centre releases FAQs on India's COVID-19 vaccination drive: Details here
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