After getting criticism for roaming free, Kanika Kapoor wants to donate her plasma to save other corona patients

Earlier, popular Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor was going through a bad patch as she was tested positive for coronavirus. However, good news came when she was tested negative for COVID-19 after being in isolation for a long time. Kanika Kapoor was tested negative for Covid-19 after her sample was collected for the fifth time that confirmed ‘negative’.

After recovering from the coronavirus epidemic, the 42-year-old Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor expressed her desire to donate her blood and plasma for research work on the pathogen and treatment of Covid-19 patients.

In a recent interview, the singer disclosed that she went on to call Lucknow’s King George’s Medical University (KGMU) hospital for offering the same. Due to which, the hospital already submitted her blood sample. It has been learnt that the testing procedures are currently in process.

For the uninitiated, on April 6, Kanika’s sixth novel coronavirus test came out negative after which she was discharged from the hospital.

The 41-year-old singer who is best known for her songs Baby Doll and Chittiyaan Kalaiyaan showed initial symptoms of the virus. It was found that the actress had a travel history to London. After arriving in Lucknow, Kanika threw a rich party for her friends and family at a five-star hotel.

Kanika, who returned from London on 9 March, had tested positive for the novel coronavirus. It is said that Kanika came from London and was aware of the corona safety protocols. She did not get tested at the airport even after she developed symptoms. On top of that, she freely attended parties and mingled with a large number of people, due to which she was criticized a lot on social media.

Later, an FIR was filed against her for putting several lives at risk. It should be noted that she hosted three parties after her arrival. She came in contact with around 350-400 families in these parties.