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Janta Curfew: Kartik Aaryan shares a hilarious picture of himself as he gives tribute to the heroes

Kartik Aaryan shares a hilarious picture of himself surrounded by utensils as he gives tribute to the heroes for their selfless service on the day of Janta Curfew.
by Saumya Bansal | March 22, 2020 18:56 IST
Janta Curfew: Kartik Aaryan shares a hilarious picture of himself as he gives tribute to the heroes

After PM Narendra Modi addressed the nation on Coronavirus, he appealed to all the people to honour some heroes in these tough times. Amid the outbreak of Coronavirus, everyone is staying at their homes isolated in order to avoid the spread of the virus. However, there are some people like doctors, nurses, army men, journalists, etc, who are serving the nation despite all odds. To honour such brave heroes for their selfless services, everyone honoured them by clapping, banging utensils, ringing bells, etc. Likewise, Kartik Aaryan shared a hilarious picture of himself in which he's wearing a pan on his head and holding a plate and a spoon.

 
As he shared the picture, Kartik wrote, "Taali Bajao Thaali Bajao. It's divine. It's magic. With everyone coming together, the energy is through the roof! We all salute the selfless heroes! Thank you Narendra Modi sir for bringing the country together in this way. Janta Curfew, CoronaStopKaroNa." A few days back, Kartik also posted a monologue similar to his Pyar Ka Punchnama style. The actor gave a shout out to all the people who are avoiding several warming of staying inside their houses. His monologue went viral on the internet like fire. Everyone further shared his video on their social media handles.
 
Meanwhile, the Coronavirus outbreak is so widespread that so many people are dying every day, every hour. In India itself, the number of people tested positive have crossed 300, with 6 fatalities reported till now
 
 
 
Also Read: Kartik Aaryan's Pyaar Ka Punchnama monologue about Coronavirus goes viral on the internet; he urges people to stay indoors


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