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Akshay Kumar loses his cool once again over people not following the lockdown-watch video
The outbreak of the novel Coronavirus raised all the Warning signs in most countries. PM Modi has ordered for complete lockdown for 21 days pan-India. Bollywood celebrities have been doing their best in spreading as much awareness as possible through their social media accounts. Akshay Kumar recently shared a video message in which he slammed people especially travellers for not practicing social distancing or self-quarantine. But, looks like people did not listen to him even then as he is now really annoyed with the citizens who are not following the lockdown.
Akshay took to his Instagram handle to share a video of himself, addressing those still stepping out of their house. He said, “Har baar main apse dil ki baat pyaar se bolta hun paar aaj kasam se itni khundak aa rahi hai nah ki koi galat shabd nikal jaye toh mujhe maaf karna. Kya dimaag hil gaya hai kya kuchh logo ka? Kya ho gaya hai logo ko? Kiss ko lockdown ka matlab samjh mein nahi aa raha hai? Lockdown ka matlab hota hai ghar par raho. Ghar ke bhitar raho, parivaar ke saath raho. (Every time I share my thoughts with you guys politely but I swear, today, I am so annoyed that excuse me if I end up saying something rude. Have some people lost it? What has happened to people? Who doesn’t understand what a lockdown is? Lockdown means stay at home. Stay inside your home, stay with your family).”
He told them that this is not a joke and we will be in a very difficult situation if we are not careful. He said, “Mazaak nahi hai is time. Iss bimari ke samne sabki haalat buri hai, puri duniya ki haalat buri hai. Sirf ghar pe raho.”
The caption read, “#StayAtHomeSaveLives At the risk of sounding repetitive, sharing my thoughts…there is a lockdown for a reason. Please don’t be selfish and venture out, you’re putting others lives at risk 🙏🏻
Check out the video below:
The deadly Coronavirus is spreading like a wildfire, which started off infecting people from Wuhan (China) and now it’s all across the globe.
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