On Friday, in response to the many Shab-e-Barat messages he received, Dilip Kumar posted a photo from his home along with a prayer for his many followers and thanked them all for their support.
The global panic caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a lockdown in most countries in an effort to contain the virus.
During this period, several places of worship have also been closed to the public. Respecting the directives of both the government and religious authorities, they are “working from home” (praying) at the same time.
The Shab-e-Barat is one of the events that is occasionally observed at home.
The devotees, who were ordered to stay indoors and avoid any public religious observances, instead prayed and sent holiday greetings to their loved ones in private.
Likewise, Dilip Kumar expressed gratitude to his devoted fans and supporters for their good wishes, prayers, and blessings.
Legendary actor Mohammed Yusuf Khan (his true name) sent his prayers and a recent photo of himself in his house to his fans.
His admirers will be overjoyed to see a shot like this being released so long after the fact, especially given his health issues in recent years.
Now, here’s the
With gratitude for the #Shab e baraat duas and prayers from everyone. I will also be praying for each of you. pic.twitter.com/h00uEbB0PK
Dilip Kumar (@TheDilipKumar) April 10, 2020
At an earlier statement, Salman Khan, who is currently holed up in his Panvel farmhouse, had voiced his satisfaction with the fact that many people were staying inside, praying quietly.
Wah ! We appreciate your attention and comprehension of the seriousness of the current national predicament. May God keep each and every one of you safe and sound. This is how #IndiaFightsCorona pic.twitter.com/xjHXfWA8lX
Starring Salman Khan. — Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) on Twitter. April 9, 2020
Dilip Kumar had already asked his followers to stay indoors during the coronavirus crisis, and he had gone into self-quarantine well before the nationwide lockdown.
The star of Devdas also posted a poem on Twitter emphasizing the value of self-quarantine.
Meanwhile, Hollywood A-listers have started pitching in to help combat the spread of COVID-19. Many people are contributing to relief efforts by pledging money to various funds, and some are even providing assistance to those living off of the daily wage.
There have been 206 deaths reported, and there are currently more than 6,000 cases being treated in India.
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