Published: Thu, March 26, 2020
Health Care | By Cedric Leonard

Farah Khan reprimanded Bollywood celebrities, said- Have mercy on us …

Farah Khan reprimanded Bollywood celebrities, said- Have mercy on us …

Coronavirus has caused outrage among all the citizens around the world. Farah Khan criticised these stars by saying that coronavirus has made life hard and not many are interested in the videos as survival is at stake.

The choreographer-turned-filmmaker took to Instagram to share a video wherein she is requesting celebrities to cease posting their exercise movies.

The filmmaker took to her Instagram handle to share a video, but not of a workout but giving out her honest opinion on all the workout videos doing the rounds. While many criticised her for unnecessarily bashing celebrities, whose videos might act as a motivation for a lot of people staying at home, her colleagues from the industry thanked her for sharing their sentiments. I can understand that you all are privileged and you don't have any other worries in this global pandemic except for looking after your figures. Arjun Kapoor commented, "I think u need to workout in the gym downstairs in ur building ASAP!" She further added that she will unfollow those who continue to send the workout videos and has requested them to not feel bad if she does so. But many of us have concerns during this crisis, so please have mercy on us.

Farah Khan's video has been met with mixed response.

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Well, we wonder if celebs will stop posting their workout videos after Farah's request on social media.

Malaika Arora, Rohit Shetty, Shilpa Shetty, Manish Paul, Geeta Kapoor and many Bollywood actors commented on her video.

"Tabu commented on the video", Best Farah.#notguiltyfornotworkingout".

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