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I am perfectly alright: Veteran actor Mukesh Khanna dismisses death rumours

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Mumbai, May 12: Veteran actor Mukesh Khanna has dismissed the rumours about his death, insisting that he is safe and healthy. The 62-year-old actor took to social media on Tuesday after rumours started doing the rounds that he was no more.

Posting a short video on Facebook, Khanna also said that he has not tested positive for coronavirus.

I am perfectly alright: Veteran actor Mukesh Khanna dismisses death rumours

"I am here to inform you all that I am perfectly alright. I am very well. I am here to dismiss the rumours, I have been asked to refute them and that is what I want to do," the actor said.

Khanna, best known for starring in superhero show "Shaktimaan" and playing Bhishma Pitamaha in television series "Mahabharata", expressed anger over the fake news.

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"I also wish to condemn those who spread such rumours. This is a problem with social media.

"What should be the treatment for such mentally unstable people? Who will punish their misdeeds? Enough is enough. Now it is too much. There should be a stop on such fake news," the actor added.

In the caption for the video, Khanna said he has not been diagnosed with COVID-19.

"With your blessings, I am completely healthy and safe. I don''t have COVID-19 and I was not admitted to any hospital.

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"I don''t know who created this rumour and I don''t know what is the intention of those who spread such rumours. They tamper with people''s emotions with such false news," he wrote.

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    In March, Khanna was among the celebrities who took their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine and had urged other people to follow suit.

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