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Amidst the 4th wave of coronavirus in Pakistan, many people have recently contracted the virus and actor Adnan Siddiqui was one of them. He took to Instagram and announced that he has tested positive. The actor had shared that he had a mild infection and was isolating himself for a few days.

After a week, the actor took to Instagram to share that he is out of quarantine. Posting a video, to announce the news of his recovery, he also requested people to stop giving unnecessary advice.



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“I’m feeling absolutely fine,” he said in his video, adding that he wrote, he read and he even cooked a little, but there’s one thing he decided he didn’t want during this time — other people’s advice.

“A weaker man would have gotten scared and perhaps died of that,” he said adding that he, on the other hand, listened to the said advice from one ear and let it out the other.

He acknowledged his fans and well-wishers who prayed for his health and speedy recovery.

“But special gratitude is reserved for the ones who I call Panic Buttons. I may have personally not pressed as many in my entire life as the ones I spoke to in this isolation period,” he wrote in the post.

“The main objective of their calls was to show concern albeit in a manner that completely defied the purpose,” said the actor.

“My only word of advice to these over-diligent souls is: please do not call those who have tested positive if all you have in your script is how worse it can be. Telling someone he is going towards death with Godspeed after [the] sixth day is criminal,” he further wrote.

“After two weeks of enduring this onslaught myself, I am seriously mulling to write to the government to pass a law against such calls and prosecute those who violate,” he concluded.