COVID-19: Nusrat Jahan Gets Trolled For Wasting Water During Safe Hand Challenge Video

Nusrat Jahan will be next seen in Dictionary. Directed by Bratya Basu, she will be seen opposite her Asur co-actor Abir Chatterjee. This is Nusrat, who has been recently voted as the most desirable women of 2019, the second film after her marriage

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COVID-19: Nusrat Jahan Gets Trolled For Wasting Water During Safe Hand Challenge Video
Actress cum politician Nusrat Jahan is one of the most talked-about celebrities, with the paparazzi following her everywhere. She has always been a favourite child when it comes to trolling and once again Tollywood actress gets trolled for posting a video on social media amid the outbreak of coronavirus. Many celebrities have taken self-isolation and raising awareness among people about the virus.

Nusrat Jahan posted a video on Instagram where she is showing washing hands are very important to protect ourselves from Coronavirus. The actress captioned the video, “Let us all take precautionary measures and wash our hands every hour to prevent COVID-19. Remember to not waste water. Stay Safe - Stay Alert #SafeHands Challenge.”


The video soon became viral and fans started commenting on her video saying not to waste  water. “Yeah... Sanitisation is important but saving water is also important, u kept wasting water the whole time... Sad!!!” commented one of the fan.


Meanwhile, Nusrat Jahan will be next seen in Dictionary. Directed by Bratya Basu, she will be seen opposite her Asur co-actor Abir Chatterjee.  This is Nusrat, who has been recently voted as the most desirable women of 2019, the second film after her marriage. As reported, the film script has completed and it is written by Ujjwal Chattopadhyay. The film will showcase the problems of couples in a distance relationship.  


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