Kartik Aaryan’s ‘Corona Stop Karo Na’ appeal is winning the internet!

ST Staff
Friday, 20 March 2020

On Friday, Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma also made an appeal on self-isolation to their fans in the wake of the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Celebrities across the world have taken to social media to spread awareness regarding the spread of the novel coronavirus. Actor Karthik Aaryan has joined the bandwagon and in his signature monologue style that has gained popularity since the first instalment of Pyaar Ka Punchnama.

In the video that went viral in no time, Kartik expressed his support to the global leaders, including the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and addressed everyone, from an office-goer to kids. From commoners to luminaries, everyone has appreciated Kartik’s video for its unique style and yet effective message delivering.

From Varun Dhawan to Kriti Sanon to Arjun Kapoor to Janhvi Kapoor to Bhumi Pednekar, the video received accolades from many of the B-town celebs too.

Over the years, Kartik has emerged as a popular youth icon, and efforts like these only solidify his position.

Appeal from Virushka

Virat Kohli, the biggest youth icon in the country, also shared a video alongside his wife and Bollywood superstar Anushka Sharma. Another video that has gone viral in no time.



On Thursday, PM Modi appealed to the nation to acknowledge the services of the countless health and service personnel, who are engaged in their battle against the coronavirus pandemic. He also announced a ‘Janta Curfew’ on March 22.

Celebs play a significant role

Celebrities play a big role in spreading messages. In times like these, it’s all the more critical. Quarantine isn’t easy. It isn’t the same as being on holiday and relaxing, especially with the health panic, economic worries and the fear of apocalypse hovering around. With frustrated people around and restricted mobility, celebrities have provided content on social media that can be consumed for entertainment. Even the tips and ideas they provide to overcome the emotional stress productively adds to the help.

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