Anushka Sharma says 'prayers by no means go in useless' as she lights diyas with Virat Kohli amid COVID-19 disaster

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli gentle a diya amid COVID-19 disaster& 

At a time when the world has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has introduced a 21-day lockdown of your complete nation in a bid to include any additional unfold of the novel coronavirus. In his newest tackle to the nation, PM Modi urged every one to change off all of the lights at 9 pm on Sunday, and light-weight diyas, lamps and candles to unfold the message of hope.

Many Bollywood celebrities together with Akshay Kumar, Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Anil Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Shilpa Shetty, Kriti Kharbanda and Nimrat Kaur amongst others took to social media to share pictures of them collaborating in PM Modi’s initiative. 

Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli, one of many Indian leisure business and cricket world’s most-loved {couples}, additionally participated within the initiative collectively. Anushka later handled followers to pictures of her and Virat’s time collectively, and shared that she has been lighting a diya each day for years now. 

In her elaborate post, the actress shared that the thought behind her lighting a diya is easy, to hunt steerage. As she and Virat lighted the diyas, the actress prayed for the well-being of these, whose lives have turned the other way up. 

In her post, the actress wrote, “I light a diya everyday for many years now. And as I light the diya I seek guidance, asking for the darkness in me to be dispelled. For many days since the turn of the recent events across the world, I have prayed to God to end the suffering of so many who are losing their lives without their families beside them, for the less-fortunate and the needy whose lives have turned upside down completely, for all the healthcare professionals who are working tirelessly & bravely to protect the lives of other beings, for those who are uncertain about their jobs and future. So tonight, I prayed extra for everyone and I lit diyas with the whole of India and we all prayed for each other. Prayers never go in vain.”

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