The nation-wide lockdown and self-isolation period has surely been taking a toll on everyone and looks like Soha Ali Khan’s hubby Kunal Kemmu too has been losing his mind and a hilarious video shared by Soha on her official Instagram in which Kunal is dancing crazily on a song is proof. Also Read - Happy Holi 2020: This is How Kareena Kapoor Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Soha Ali Khan, Mira Kapoor Are Celebrating The Festival Of Colours



Sharing the video on photo-sharing app Instagram, Soha Ali Khan wrote, “Losing weight or losing mind?? @khemster2 #lockdown #day10.”

In the video, we see Soha Ali’s husband Kunal Kemmu dancing on popular Punjabi song Wakhra Swag and is dressed in a black ganji with black shorts and is looking dapper as he grooves to the tunes of the popular song which is loved by one and all.



Soha Ali Khan, in a recent video, urged everyone to help the underprivileged children through Save The Children. She wrote, “Someday, We all know the importance of health, hygiene and safety, especially in today’s circumstances. But, we can all #SlowtheCurve by thinking beyond our immediate circle and for the care of others – especially the children who live on the fringes of society without shelter and are at greater risk today. You can help them now by supporting Save the Children who will continue to reach children at risk of disease and infection through their programmes. I dedicate the story, Someday to all those children around India with #SavewithStories and nominate @konkona @nehadhupia @sophiechoudry @tarasharmasaluja and @shikhatalsania to pick up and read their favorite story for children. It’s simple, grab a tale for kids that inspired you when you were young, put out a book reading video on a post or a story and #SlowTheCurve by donating.”

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We all know the importance of health, hygiene and safety, especially in today’s circumstances. But, we can all #SlowtheCurve by thinking beyond our immediate circle and for the care of others – especially the children who live on the fringes of society without shelter and are at greater risk today. You can help them now by supporting Save the Children who will continue to reach children at risk of disease and infection through their programmes. I dedicate the story, Someday to all those children around India with #SavewithStories and nominate @konkona @nehadhupia @sophiechoudry @tarasharmasaluja and @shikhatalsania to pick up and read their favorite story for children. It’s simple, grab a tale for kids that inspired you when you were young, put out a book reading video on a post or a story and #SlowTheCurve by donating at www.savethechildren.in/savewithstories #day8 #lockdown

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