Bollywood filmmaker Rohit Shetty received the COVID-19 vaccine jab on Thursday. The Cirkus director shared some pictures of him from the vaccination centre and informed everyone about it. He also thanked frontline workers for their efforts. Amidst the rising Coronavirus cases in the state of Maharashtra, Rohit Shetty, who is currently busy with his film Cirkus took some time out from his busy schedule to take the shot. The Singham director posted the photos via a post on his Instagram.
The first picture shared by Rohit Shetty features him standing and posing for the camera. The photo sees the filmmaker doing a ‘thumbs up’ sign. Rohit Shetty poses in front of a photo booth that reads “I am COVID-19 vaccinated”. He is clicked flashing a million-dollar smile. Talking about the second picture, it sees Shetty receiving the shot. The filmmaker looks straight into the camera as the nurse gives him the shot. Sharing the photos, Shetty wrote in the caption, “Action and Stunts are for movies don’t try to be a khatron ke khiladi in real life, get vaccinated. It is the only way to fight COVID. Got myself vaccinated today. Thanks to the staff of Nanavati hospital, the procedure was very well organised #nanavatisuperspecialityhospital @my_bmc”
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The Golmaal director advised everyone to get vaccinated in a quirky way of his own. He asked them to not be ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi’ and try doing action and stunts as they are for movies. Shetty mentioned that getting vaccinated is the only way to fight the virus. Meanwhile, work-wise, Rohit Shetty has films Sooryavanshi starring Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif waiting to release. He is busy with the film Cirkus featuring Ranveer Singh, Jacqueline Fernandez, Pooja Hegde and Varun Sharma too.Also Read: CIRKUS: Director Rohit Shetty Shares Picture With Ranveer Singh From Sets As The Film Heads To Last Schedule
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