BH CORRESPONDENT, Mumbai: Requesting fans to stay at home to help prevent the further spread of coronavirus, Salman Khan took to social media once again. The actor shared a long video in which he talked to his fans about why it is important to stay home and follow the government’s instructions.
Salman started the 10 minute IGTV video in his familiar Bigg Boss style and said that it was not the show but ‘zindagi ka Bigg Boss’. He added that he had come to his Panvel farmhouse for a two-day ‘chutti’, but the coronavirus has done everyone’s ‘chutti’.
The Kick star then talked about an incident when his friend, who is living with him and his family in the farmhouse, took off his mask to talk to policemen when he was stopped by them on his way to get ration for the family.
“Maine unse kaha ki ye jo aapko mana kiya gaya tha karne ko wahi aapne kiya,” Salman said in the clip. The actor also talked about COVID-19 patients and said it is really “anti-human” and insensitive to not understand their pain.
In the video the actor talked about many issues. He said that those who wish to kill their families should definitely step out. “India ki aabadi ko kum karna chahte ho? Starting with your own family?” he said in the clip, “Agar aap aese bahar nahi nikal rahe hote apne dost aur yaaron ke saath, toh policewaale aapke putto pe danda nahi maar rahe hote. Aapko kya lag raha h, police waalon ko maza araha hai? (Do you think the police is enjoying it?).”
The actor also gave examples of those who are working at offices during the outbreak and urged his fans to never step out to get food and medical supplies without a mask and gloves.
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The actor expressed his shock over the incidents of stone-pelting on doctors in some parts of the country. “Ye kamaal hai. Doctor-nurses aapki jaan bachane ke liye aaye, aapne un par paththar barsa diye. (Isn’t it strange that you attacked the same doctors and nurses, who came to save you. You threw stones at them.)”
Salman is financially helping 25,000 daily wage workers from the film industry amid the lockdown. He has been creating awareness about the novel coronavirus on social media.
Recently, he shared a video from his 1989 film Maine Pyar Kiya, gave it a COVID-19 twist and educated the fans about the deadly virus.