InshaAllah #JantaCurfew will help against the spread of virus, though we may have to do this again. The clapping brought so much cheer. So a reminder of safeguards, with some cheer... Pls take it in the right spirit. To all relentlessly working today - Extremely Grateful. Thx! pic.twitter.com/2wfaXPlFVF— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) March 22, 2020
Famous personalities and celebrities are playing a huge role in spreading awareness and leading by example in the fight against coronavirus. While COVID-19 continues to spread globally, several precautions are being taken by people all over, and they have been practicing self-isolation by staying indoors. Just yesterday, Janta Curfew was observed and we saw B-Town celebs such as Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Kangana Ranaut, and others head to their balconies or rooftops at 5 pm to participate in the taali bajao thaali bajao exercise. Now, Shah Rukh Khan has shared an informative video about coronavirus, but gave it his own filmy twist.
Shah Rukh Khan talked about coronavirus symptoms and hygiene routine, using stills and clips from his films over the years. From Main Hoon Na, to the song Chhaiyya Chhaiyya, the superstar pulled out references from all of his films, while simultaneously sending out a message. His references begin with the song Loveria Hua, and SRK then says in the video, “Not that kind of fever, not the Loveria kind.” Very aptly, he also used the clip of Satish Shah’s character spitting in Main Hoon Na while Shah Rukh dodges it. It’s an informative and fun video, you need to check it out now.
Sharing the video, Shah Rukh tweeted, “InshaAllah #JantaCurfew will help against the spread of virus, though we may have to do this again. The clapping brought so much cheer. So a reminder of safeguards, with some cheer... Pls take it in the right spirit. To all relentlessly working today - Extremely Grateful. Thx!”
Shah Rukh Khan had also earlier shared videos appealing to fans to avoid public places, buses, and trains in the wake of coronavirus outbreak.
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