Swastika Mukherjee Trolled For Her Reaction To PM Modi’s Call To Switch Off Lights On April 5

Swastika Mukherjee’s starring Guldasta released has been postponed due to the coronavirus. She will be next seen Shrimati opposite Soham Chakraborty

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Swastika Mukherjee Trolled For Her Reaction To PM Modi’s Call To Switch Off Lights On April 5
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today urged countrymen to switch off their lights of their home and hold diyas, candles and mobile flashlights at 9 pm on Sunday for 9 minutes to show their solidarity towards India's fight against coronavirus. India is currently under 21-days lockdown to curb further outbreak of coronavirus.

Citizens including celebrities have shown their support and hailing PM’s initiative. Reacting to the same, actress Swastika Mukherjee tweeted, “I don’t have candles in the house. And I am sure I’m not the only one who has run out of candles. Let’s all just go out then. What fun Happy shopping!!.” But it didn’t go well with citizens.



The comments started flooding her comment section of the tweet.” While government is trying hard to spread positivity in all citizen and keep saying #StayHomeSaveLives people like u sarcastically trying to bring them down by saying people to go out and do shopping.. This is utterly shameful,” wrote one of the fan.

“Use your mobile flashlight then...why you need to go out,” wrote another.

PM Modi said in his address said, “On this Sunday, April 5, we will challenge the darkness of coronavirus threat together. On April 5, at 9 pm, I need your 9 minutes. At 9 pm, turn off all the lights in your houses and light a Diya, candle, torch or flashlight for 9 minutes at your doors, or balcony.”

Meanwhile, Swastika Mukherjee’s starring Guldasta released has been postponed due to the coronavirus. She will be next seen Shrimati opposite Soham Chakraborty. 


Image Source:- Instagram/swastikamukherjee13
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