Last night Indians participated in the activity of lighting candles/diyas or switching on the mobile flashlight to boost each other's morale as the country fights Coronavirus. Termed as 9pm9minutes this activity was carried out by one and all after the announcement of our honourable PM Narendra Modi. However, some went way beyond just lighting a Diya or candle and burst crackers. Actress Sonam Kapoor taking to her social networking account on Twitter had slammed them, calling them morons for not understanding the importance of it.
Just like Sonam Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu who too participated in this activity had mentioned it in her Instagram story. She shared a couple of videos on her Instagram account where she mentioned people getting wrong. “Wrong memo,” “They thought it's a rave party,” “fire fire fire” and “aaj ke aaj hi jayega corona.” These videos were shot by the actress from her balcony as she also lit diyas to support PM Narendra Modi’s to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Also commenting and sharing some videos on her Twitter account was actress Richa Chadha. She tweeted, “Why crackers? Why?”
Why crackers ? Why?— TheRichaChadha (@RichaChadha) April 5, 2020
In her yet another tweet she had shared a video of mob walking on a street with torches, whereas the entire announcement of our PM clearly mentioned participating in it by staying indoors and practising social distancing. ALSO READ: PM Narendra Modi’s #9pm9minute Illuminates Bharat; Akshay, Katrina, Aishwarya, Anushka, Ranbir-Alia, Ranveer-Deepika Participate With Gusto
Sharing this video she mentioned in her tweet of the pandemic is here to stay, she tweeted, “Am sure the virus is on it’s way back now #SocialDistancingkakyahua ?” ALSO READ: #9pm9minute: Sonam Kapoor Blasts Those Who Burst Firecrackers, Calls Them 'Morons' And Says 'Do People Think It’s Diwali?'
Image Source: Instagram/therichachadha/taapsee
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