Kartik Aaryan recreated his famous Pyaar ka Punchnama monologue to educate people about Coronavirus
- In a video released on Instagram,
Kartik Aaryandelivered a monologue-style PSA on coronavirus.
- Aaryan shared his appeal to Indians after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the
- Modi announced that on March 22nd (Sunday), 1.3 billion Indians will have to head for a self imposed curfew (Janata curfew) from 7 am to 9 pm.
In the two-minute video, Aaryan is seen requesting people to stay home and also reprimanding people who continue to go to work even though they have been given work from home.
#CoronaStopKaroNa My Appeal in my Style Social Distancing is the only solution, yet @narendramodi we are with y… https://t.co/mP5kDZebkv— Kartik Aaryan (@TheAaryanKartik) 1584634259000
Using the hashtag #CoronaKorona, Aaryan shared his appeal to Indians after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the Janata Curfew. Modi has announced that on March 22nd (Sunday), 1.3 billion Indians will have to head for a self imposed curfew (Janata curfew) from 7 am to 9 pm.
Aaryan has also been advocating on the short videos platform TikTok, by participating in a hand wash challenge, where he is seen requesting people to wash their hands regularly in the wake of Coronavirus.
He had also shared a scene from his film sets where everyone was seen wearing masks.
Stay safe guys. Can’t stress this enough #WashYourHands #CoronaStopKaroNa https://t.co/GzDLPvqi6W— Kartik Aaryan (@TheAaryanKartik) 1584064759000
As the Coronavirus cases rise in India, Indian film associations put a stop on shoots and productions until March 31.
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