The Bollywood celebs have a huge fan following and nowadays some stars are using their popularity in a right manner by spreading awareness about the coronavirus pandemic, asking their fans to stay at home and follow the instructions given by the government and medical authorities.
Shraddha Kapoor is one of the most popular actresses of present times and recently, she shared a post of Mumbai Police which was related to coronavirus but had a reference of Shraddha’s 2018 released movie “Stree”.
There’s a popular line in the movie, “O Stree Kal Aana” & Mumbai Police changed it to “O Corona Kabhi Mat Aana” with “#EverySTREEtSafe” written below it.
The caption that she wrote with the repost is,
“बिलकुल सही! ❤️ Repost : The only mantra we need to keep #EverySTREEtSafe is not to venture out on the STREEts #TakingOnCorona #coronavirus #CoronavirusOutbreakindia #COVIDー19 #MumbaiPolice”
Here is the post:
“Stree” also starred Rajkummar Rao, Aparshakti Khurana and Pankaj Tripathi along with Shraddha Kapoor. The movie was a big hit considering the fact that it earned around Rs. 180 crores on box-office while the total budget of this movie was just Rs. 25 crores.
The coronavirus outbreak has left the whole world in state of shock and anger as it has taken lives of more than 1.25 lakhs people and over 19.5 lakhs have been found infected with this lethal virus all across the globe. Even the developed nations of the world that have the most advanced medical facilities are not able to combat the disease properly and people are losing lives in huge numbers.
The best way to save yourself from this virus is to remain inside your house until the lockdown gets lifted and wash your hands regularly. Go out of the house only if very necessary and practice social distancing. If we talk about India, the situation seems to be in control but if precautions are not taken seriously, the condition in our country may get worse than Italy, Spain and USA. As of now, there are more than 11K infected cases in India while more than 350 have lost their lives.
Please stay at home and stay safe.