Actor Varun Dhawan shared a note on Saturday, hoping that when the ongoing Kovid-19 pandemic is over, people will remember that everyone fought for air and not on anything else.
Taking to Instagram, he shared a post if we all keep it alive, as I hope we will, so remember that when it came down to it, we didn’t fight for land or weapons or houses or jewelery . We did not fight. Concert tickets or fancy designations or for religion or politics. We did not fight for shares in a company or on the stock table. We did not fight for business class tickets or any beach house key. When it was all over, remember, we fought for air. He captioned the post, We are in this together.
Responding to the post, Aparshakti Khurana wrote, very well Paji said. It breaks my heart a million times. One fan commented, really proud of the UVD. Another said, therefore conservation of nature is the most important thing. A third wrote, very well said V.D.
Last year, Varun was among the first Bollywood celebrities to escalate the epidemic situation. He had hosted a live chat with his friend actor Joa Morani, who had been diagnosed with the virus.
Varun recently returned to Mumbai after shooting his upcoming film Bhoomi in Zero, Arunachal Pradesh with his wife Natasha Dalal. The actor faced criticism on Instagram and was accused of being stripped of his ‘privilege’, while India is under pressure to fight the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic.
At the airport, Varun told the paparazzi to follow social distinctions. Reacting to the video of that, one person commented on an Instagram post, you went out for a vacancy and had a chance to snap. Now you come back and complain. Stop showing your privilege when people die in your country.
Varun said okay your belief is wrong. I was shooting my film and not on vacation. How can you not give them a chance?
Apart from Bhedia, Varun also has Jug Jug Jio in the pipeline along with Neetu Kapoor, Anil Kapoor and Kiara Advani.