There’s no stopping the deadly coronavirus and it’s extremely unfortunate. However, the India government is taking all the preventive measures to stop it from further spreading and also eradicate the virus. As a result, the entire country has been locked down for three weeks. Well, what are you doing to kill time? Running out of activities? Take cues from popular TV actors and BFFs Shivangi Joshi, Shraddha Arya and Shashank Vyas! The trio, who can’t meet each other for obvious reasons, chose to indulge in a long, chatty video call and shelled out major BFF goals for everyone out there.
In a screenshot of their happy video call that has emerged on social media, we could see the trio, along with Adhvik Mahajan, sharing some delightful moments amid the quarantine. And by the looks of the picture, we are assuming that the video call happened just before they went to the bed and crashed. Well, getting to talk with your best friend is indeed the best way to end a day; after all, they listen to you and are with you during your best and worst times.
The screenshot sees Shivangi Joshi, Shraddha Arya, Adhvik Mahajan and Shashank Vyas exchanging some sweet gestures and they couldn’t stop grinning throughout. We wonder what the gossip was all about! *winks*
Check out the pictures below:
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Speaking about COVID-19, Shivangi Joshi, in an interview with TOI, said, “As responsible citizens, we should take adequate measures to prevent the spread of this global epidemic. In this era of social media, a lot of people spread rumours through various platforms and apps. I wanted to do my bit by spreading correct news as I follow the WHO (World Health Organisation). I urge my celebrity friends to follow suit and spread awareness about precautionary measures as much as possible.”
image source: instagram/shivangijoshi18, sarya12, ishashankvyas
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