ENTERTAINMENT

Sherlyn Chopra Furious To See People Roaming Recklessly During COVID19 Outbreak

Mumbai: With shooting stopped and everybody confined to their homes amid the nationwide COVID 19 lockdown, actors and actresses can be seen utilizing the time doing household chores. While some can be seen trying their hands at cooking, some are busy cleaning the house. 

However, those who have pets, are utilizing their quarantine days to try and spend maximum time with their furry friends who have now become a favorite on social media. While some of our celebs are quite confused as per the COVID-19 situation. 

We nowadays often see people hanging out usually and that’s surprising as the vaccine for this deadly disease is still not out.

Also Read: Sherlyn Chopra Shared A Yoga Video Says, Yoga Se Avashya Hoga

Bollywood Diva Sherlyn Chopra shares her views on the same, she said: “While most of us are taking preventive measures and following the do’s and don’ts as directed by the government, there are those who are being negligent, reckless and careless as they don’t wear masks while being out in the open amidst crowds nor do they follow any safety measures.”

And how can we control this situation, she further added: “To flatten the rising curve of COVID-19, it is necessary that we unite in spirit and rise above our petty differences and cooperate with the government in fighting the pandemic.”

Also Read: Sherlyn Chopra Sizzles In Red Bikini Shares A Video With Her Adorable Dogs

On the work front, Actress Sherlyn Chopra has worked in many Bollywood projects but decided to start her own venture and be a powerful entrepreneur. Redsher is the OTT platform with high-quality short films and web series produced and written and acted by Sherlyn Chopra.  Sherlyn Chopra is a fitness freak and shares her hardcore workout video every and then. 

Follow on TwitterInstagram, and like us on Facebook for the latest updates and interesting stories.

Tags
Show More

Comments

Total number of coronavirus cases in India crosses 700

No.of Cases in India Infected: 724 Death: 17 Recovered: 66

Close

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker