Locked by Coronavirus, Pakistan's renowned actresses Mohib Mirza, Sanam Saeed, Shamoon Abbasi, and Sara Loren were trapped in Thailand along with the team of their film 'Ishrat Made in China', however, after the appealed to Pakistan government. The actors, along with their team, were brought back to Pakistan this month.
And now actor Shamoon Abbasi has announced on Facebook that his and other colleagues' corona test results have been negative.
Citing the up-to-date fans given by the National Institute of Health, Shamoon Abbasi wrote that "Corona test results for all passengers arriving in Pakistan on the PK 8893 flight from Thailand have been negative and all have now come to their own homes from hotels.
"Islamabad Deputy Commissioner Hamza Shafqat and his team are handling the matter," he added.
Shamoon Abbasi also accused of extortion at a local hotel after returning to Pakistan, but now he wrote that "I am glad that some good work was done after this unpleasant experience".
Shamoon Abbasi further wrote in his post that the staff of the hotel where he stayed became like his family.
On the other hand, Sanam Saeed also tweeted about the Corona Test and thanked the Deputy Commissioner Islamabad.
According to Sanam Saeed, "At that time we are all scared, so there is no evil in expressing our anger, it is actually fear."
He further wrote, "I would like to thank the authorities who solved the issue and made it easier for everyone. Now the last hurdle for me is that I have to arrive in Karachi safely and for a week. To quarantine.
It may be recalled that Shamoon Abbasi and Sanam Saeed had earlier criticized the authorities and hotel management after returning to Pakistan.
Both actors accused the hotel administration of extortion and mistreatment.