Allu Arjun, Madhavan clap and cheer for medical skilled&
India and the remainder of the world have presently one and solely precedence – to finish the coronavirus pandemic. The outbreak that started in China has taken many international locations like Italy, Iran, and India by the storm. In order to curb the virus, the Indian Government requested residents to look at Janata Curfew on Sunday from 7 am to 9 pm and in addition requested everybody to clap at pm for all medical doctors and nurses. The identical was lauded by the Indian movie business who cam out in help of the federal government’s transfer on social media. Be it Bollywood’s Deepika Padukone or Tollywood star Allu Arjun, celebs confirmed their help and the way.
Social media was flooded with movies of stars popping out to their balconies or terraces with bells, vessels or just their palms to clap and cheer. South stars Allu Arjun, Rakul Preet, Ram Charan, Jr NTR, and R Madhavan got here out to help the Janata Curfew.
Ram Charan shared a video the place he will be seen clapping. He captioned it, “Great feeling! Great initiative @narendramodi ji So proud of INDIA. JAI HIND #indiafightscorona”
We additionally noticed Madhavan and his household exhibiting their share of appreciation. He wrote, “HANK YOU to EACH AND EVERY ONE of you who are selflessly serving and saving us .. our heartfelt gratitude love and respect to all of you and your families. May God keep all of you super safe. @narendramodi #IndiaFightsCorona #JanataCurfew #ThankYouFrontLiners.”
Allu Arjun too clapped and posted a video.
Rakul took to Instagram and posted a video as her story the place she will be seen clapping.
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Jr NTR will be seen ringing a bell together with his son as he appreciates the assistance of the medical professionals. He posted the identical on Twitter and wrote, “Salute to all our brothers and sisters in healthcare and emergency services, who are selflessly leading this fight against #COVID19”
As of today, the variety of coronavirus optimistic sufferers have crossed 360 in India.