Manisha Yadav: Healthy 29-Year-Old Tamil Actress Dies 3 Months After Receiving The COVID-19 Vaccine

The COVID World post date: October 10th, 2021

MUMBAI, INDIA – A healthy 29-year-old actress has passed away 3 months after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Manisha Yadav, known for playing the role of Salima Begum in Jodha Akbar, died on October 1st after suffering a brain hemorrhage. She suddenly collapsed and died moments later. Her sudden death comes as a shock to the Tamil actor’s community.

She tweeted about her COVID-19 vaccination on June 23rd. She wrote, “Finally got my first COVID-19 vaccine shot today.. glad it didn’t hurt much. Get vaccinated as soon as possible.we are in this together: 

Actor Ravi Bhatia who plays Salim in the show said, “I spoke to Manisha a few months back and she seemed all fine. It’s upsetting news.”

Another actress, Paridhi, told Times of India, “I wasn’t in constant touch with her after our show went off the air. But we have a WhatsApp group which is named Mughals and all the actresses who were begums in the show are a part of that group. So that’s how we stay in touch and if anything important is to be shared about anyone’s life, we do that in the group. I got to know about this yesterday in the group chat and I was shocked.”

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Maria Luz
Maria Luz
12 days ago

Estoy impactada, yo seguía la serie Jodha Akbar por el canal hindú de cable. Realmente Manisha era muy buena actriz. Que en paz descanse y recemos porque termine este genocidio de las vacunas.

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