Parineeti Chopra and Sophie Choudry laud popular paparazzi’s decision to give his team a break amidst coronavirus scare

Image Source - Instagram/Viral Bhayani

The outbreak of Coronavirus has created a state of panic amongst the people. Currently, social distancing seems to be the only way to stop the virus spread at an alarming rate. Several states in India are on lockdown state. With every passing hour, the situation is only worsening. Also with no remedy found to fight this virus, taking precautions is the only option left.

As a measure of precaution, popular paparazzi Viral Bhayani has decided to take his cameras offline till the virus is in control. His decision to give his team a break was welcomed by several Bollywood actors like Parineeti Chopra and Sophie Choudry.

Coronavirus has been declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation(WHO). The government has urged people to avoid any forms of gathering and even travelling aboard. Social distancing is the best way to stop this highly contagious virus. Now in all these years, we never heard of paparazzi taking a break from their work. Because come what may they are always on their toes. But this time keeping the severity of the situation in mind, Viral Bhayani shared that he is taking all his cameras offline.

Sharing a picture of his team, the photographer wrote, “Yeah after ages I feel like a human being. Very few phone calls, my WhatsApp is not buzzing and I hopefully will be able to clear my Gmail box which has exceeded 102 GB. As things get really bad as we speak we have all decided to take our camera offline for few days till the virus is in control. This has never happened ever in the past as no matter what happens – we never stop. But somethings are to be taken more seriously as #CoronaVirus #covid_19 is a major threat to all of us. Our teams will get some time off to spend with their family(sic).”

Viral’s decision was welcomed by actress Parineeti as she wrote, “THE BEST BOYS IN THE BUSINESS. ”

Whereas actress-singer Sophie Choudry wrote, “Stay safe guys”

One of the users welcomed the decision by commenting, “Plz take a well-deserved break. No one deserves it more than all of you 🙏🙏🙏🙏. You guys work the hardest. Respect (sic).”

This is apparently the first time that even paparazzi are taking a break. So you can understand how important it is to take the necessary precautions on time.

So for the next few days, our B-town stars won’t be hounded by paparazzi for pictures. Now whether the stars consider this as a boon or a curse, that forms for an altogether different story.

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