The outbreak of Coronavirus has raised all the warning signs in the entire world. Amid all this, a number of Indian celebrities are under self-quarantine and they has been staying indoors and strictly following self-isolation.
Amid all this, Bollywood stars and celebrities have been doing their best in creating as much awareness as possible through their social media.
Recently, Salman Khan in his latest video, has slammed Coronavirus lockdown violators, and urged them to follow protocol, by staying at home.
Salman Khan sends out sharp message to Jokers
In a 10-minute hard-hitting video shared on Instagram he begins with a “Hello, namaste, salaam, sasriyakal, Kem Cho’ in a typical TV reality show Big Boss style and goes on to say ‘Zindagi ka Bigg Boss’ has begun with the entire country staying in lockdown mode at home. He said he had taken a two-day chutti (leave) but “This corona, COVID-19 has given everyone a ‘chutti’.”
In the video, he explains the importance of wearing masks and taking precautions while stepping out only in emergencies or to buy groceries alone.
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“Doctors and nurses are working to save your lives and what do you do? You started pelting stones at them? Those who have been diagnosed with coronavirus, are running away from the hospitals. Where are you running? Towards life or death?,” he questioned in his video.
The Dabangg 2 star appreciated the efforts by the frontline warriors and said, “the virus that started in China is over in China now, but because of a few jokers, the whole of India will sit at home for a long time.”
Salman concluded by urging people to respect the work of the doctors, nurses, police personnel and those who work in banks, take care to ensure that the disease does not spread further and pray that it does not come to a situation where the military has to be called in to stop people from doing the wrong thing.
Meanwhile, Salman has extended help to 25,000-odd daily wage workers of the film industry whose lives have been affected by the lockdown. Additionally, he has also deposited money into the bank accounts of the crew of his forthcoming movie Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai even though shooting is stalled.