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Taapsee Pannu, Rangoli Chandel, Vivek Agnihotri react to PM Narendra Modi’s candle lighting initiative amidst COVID-19 outbreak

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We are still overcoming the after-effects of the Janta Curfew and all the applauses that happened on 22 March. Now, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced another such initiative that includes turning off our lights at home and lighting a candle. Taapsee Pannu and Rangoli Chandel have recently reacted to this initiative. Read on to know what they think about it.

On Friday morning, PM Modi, through a special video message, has urged all the citizens to switch off their lights this Sunday at 9 pm and light candles, diyas or their mobile phones’ flashlights for nine minutes to mark their fight against COVID-19.

This initiative received a positive response from personalities like Taapsee Pannu, Vivek Agnihotri and Kangana Ranaut‘s sister Rangoli Chandel.

Rangoli took to her Twitter and wrote, “Lighting Diyas is a very good gesture, diya creates an ethereal aura which is very calming and effective, to show each other our support let’s do this, I love how @narendramodi ji also focuses on our emotional needs and tries to heal us in every way …. Jai Shri Ram…”

Vivek made sure to set trolls straight as he wrote, “Before idiots start trolling the PM, I must put on record that @narendramodi is the best leader India can get. He knows how to lead Indians emotionally and spiritually. There is no other way out (sic).”

Taapsee Pannu in her sarcastic way wrote, “New task is here ! Yay yay yayy !!! (sic).”

The novel Coronavirus has been spreading like wildfire all over the world and it has been declared a pandemic so these generous donations are sure to make a huge difference. People across the globe are undertaking social distancing as a precautionary measure. India has been declared under a 21-day lockdown in order to control COVID-19.

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