When Bollywood Stars Joined Hands To Fight COVID-19

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When Bollywood Stars Joined Hands To Fight COVID19
The worldwide havoc caused by the coronavirus is vexing people. Amid this, personalities from the world of sports to cinema are warning people to keep the coronavirus at bay in their unique style.

Famous for his frankness, former cricketer Virender Sehwag shared a song in his unique style on social media, which is very apt for the current situation. Sharing it, he wrote, “Distance from the coronavirus. Please stay safe and hygienic.” Ever since Sehwag shared the video, it has been watched thousands of times on social media.

Amid the lockdown, Bollywood’s ‘Dabang’ Khan - Salman Khan - has shared a video on Instagram in which he can be seen painting. Through a sketch, Salman has depicted a woman and a man in black clothes, in which some parts of the faces of both the figures can be seen covered. At the beginning of the video, he said that the way we wear clothes is the best blessing of our culture.

Big B (Amitabh Bachchan) shared a video on Twitter a few days ago to raise awareness about the coronavirus among people. In the video, by means of his poem, he made an attempt to tell people what can be done to avoid contracting the coronavirus.

Meanwhile, all TV shows and film shootings have been halted till March 31 due to which everyone, from the spot boy to technicians, are incurring heavy losses.

In light of this, filmmaker Sudhir Mishra posted a tweet in which he came up with the idea of a special fund, while expressing his concern over junior technicians, light boys and other employees.

Reacting to Mishra’s tweet, directors Vikramaditya Motwane and Anubhav Sinha said that they are also with him. Film producer Raja Krishna Menon also extended his support to the idea and said in a tweet, “We are doing what we feel is right and I will personally contribute to the Association.”

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