Urging folks to put on a face masks, and be accountable amid the coronavirus pandemic, Bollywood star Preity Zinta on Monday shared a public service message that had a unusual twist. The ‘Kya Kehna’ actor hopped on to Instagram to request all to put on a masks. She posted a message that highlighted the signs of COVID-19. It learn, “When you have lack of sense of scent, or lack of sense of style, these are signs of COVID-19.” “Lack of widespread sense is just not a symptom of COVID-19, it’s the cause you bought the illness,” learn the general public service message.
It additional learn:” Put on a Masks. Please.” The ‘Salaam Namaste’ actor famous within the caption, ” (with two folded fingers emoticons) #WEARyourMASK #beresponsible #ting.” Movie star followers together with filmmaker Mukesh Chhabra and greater than 35 thousand followers appreciated the put up on the photo-sharing platform.
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By studying the quirky message on the finish of the announcement, Zinta’s ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ co-star Hrithik Roshan could not cease himself from laughing and wrote ” Hahahahaha” within the feedback part. Scores of followers additionally chimed and wrote a number of laughing with teary eyes emoticons in response to the quirky put up.
The ‘Mission Kashmir’ star is kind of an lively media consumer and retains on updating followers on her actions by posting photos and movies. Earlier, Zinta handled followers with a sneak peek of her exercise session as her fitness center mate Katrina Kaif turned a photographer for the ‘Dil Se’ star.
Not solely this however just lately the actress grew to become a subject of dialogue on social when a video of hers with Riteish Deshmukh and spouse Genelia D’Souza went viral. Sharing the identical, she wrote on Instagram, “is is just too humorous … Riteish & Genelia. Preserve them coming Love u each.”
On the work entrance, her final display screen look was in 2018’s Bhaiaji Superhit.
-With ANI inputs