Coronavirus pandemic has caused outrage among all the citizens in the world. To deal with the lives amid Quarantine lockdown, many celebrities including Katrina Kaif, Arjun Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, Sara Ali Khan, Malaika Arora, Rakul Preet Singh and Shilpa Shetty Kundra are taking to social media to share workout photos and videos, motivating their fans towards fitness since all the gyms have been closed due to the virus. However, there is someone in the industry who is having a problem with workout videos. Filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan has slammed “privileged” Bollywood actors for posting workout videos during the crucial times of the novel coronavirus outbreak in the world. Also Read - Delhi Logs 17,282 Fresh COVID-19 Cases, 9,952 Recoveries In Last 24 Hours
Without mentioning any specific names, Farah criticised the celebs. In the video, Farah Khan said, “Since everyone is making videos I also thought of making one. In the interest of public health and safety, my video is saying that please, it’s a humble request for all the celebrities and stars to please stop making you’re working out videos and bombarding us with it. I can understand that you all are privileged and don’t have any other worries in this global pandemic except looking after your figures. But most of us have bigger concerns during this crisis. So please have some pity on us and stop posting the workout videos”. She further added, “If you won’t stop posting videos then I will unfollow you and then don’t feel bad”. Also Read - Rajasthan Government Announces Curfew From 6 PM to 6 AM Amid Soaring COVID Cases
Watch the video here:
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Sonam Kapoor, Rohit Shetty, Shilpa Shetty, Tabu and others have commented on Farah’s video with laugh emoji’s and called her ‘the best’.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare noted that the total number of positive cases stand at 649 in the country, including 593 active cases, 13 deaths and 42 people discharged.