B-town celebs have taken to their social media handles to support Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s #Unite2FightCorona campaign. From Salman Khan, Kangana Ranaut, Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Rakul Preet Singh, among others promoted social distancing protocols to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Recently, Ranveer Singh took to his Twitter handle to share a post about Covid-19 prevention. The actor returned to Twitter after four months.
Ranveer retweeted PM Modi’s post about washing hands, wearing masks and maintaining a distance from others. “Let us #Unite2FightCorona,” Singh wrote in his tweet.
Check out his tweet here:
Let us #Unite2FightCorona ! 👊🏾🧿
Let us #Unite2FightCorona!
Let us always remember:
Wear a mask.
Follow social distancing.
Practice ‘Do Gaj Ki Doori.’
Together, we will succeed.
Together, we will win against COVID-19.
This happens to be the ‘Simmba’ actor’s first post since June 14 when he paid tribute to Sushant Singh Rajput. The star had shared a photo of him with a heartbreak emoji.
The actor was last spotted with his wife Deepika Padukone at the Mumbai airport.
Meanwhile, on the work front, DeepVeer will be seen next in Kabir Khan’s ’83. Initially, the film was going to release this summer but has been indefinitely delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown. Ranveer is essaying the role of a former cricket star Kapil Dev. The film is based on the story of India’s first cricket World Cup win in 1983. Deepika will play the role of his wife, Romi Dev.