Salman Khan has moved with his family to his farmhouse in Panvel to ensure the safety of his loved ones during the lockdown. The actor has been spending a lot of quality in self-quarantine with his family and has been constantly sharing videos and pictures on social media. As the Dabangg 3 star has been active on social media, Salman Khan took to his account to share a heart-wrenching video titled Vaastav-2. The video features Mahesh Manjrekar, daughter Saiee Manjrekar and family creating awareness about the COVID-19 pandemic and its spread.
On Instagram, Salman Khan shared a video captioning it, “#IndiaFightsCorona,” featuring Mahesh Manjrekar, daughter Saiee Manjrekar, Gauri Ingawale, and Gargi Ingawale. The video begins with Saiee, Gauri and Gargi mourning over the death of someone in the family. As the video takes the viewer into the flashback, the actors reveal the sad story of how one’s addiction while in quarantine at home leads to the person testing positive for COVID-19 after stepping out. Later, as the short film comes to an end, the rest of the family members seem to be sick with the virus, all because of the addiction of one person.
The heart-wrenching short film titled Vaastav-2 is directed and written by Mahesh Manjrekar and edited by the multi-talented Saiee Manjrekar urging fans to stay home during these crucial times. Through the video, the fabulous cast tries to spread the message to the audience asking them to stay home and safe. The video also gives out the powerful message how in these difficult times some pleasures can wait.
Needless to say, the short film Vaastav-2 Salman Khan shared does send out the message of how COVID-19 is a reality and we must not open our doors to it. Also Read: Tiger Shroff’s Sister Krishna Shroff Ditches Her Bikini To Post A Dreamy Picture Of Herself Hoping For Better Days
Image Source: Instagram/Salman Khan, Saiee Manjrekar, Mahesh Manjrekar
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