The coronavirus pandemic has created a lot of ruckus around the globe. Apart from the tragic deaths, the virus has disrupted the economies of several countries. Here in India, celebrities and government are trying their best to create an awareness regarding several precautionary measures and keep people engaged in their homes. So, today we too are making an attempt to entertain you by giving a filmy touch to ‘coronavirus Kaand (matter)’ and it includes likes of Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar’s 2.0, Ayushmann Khurrana’s AndhaDhun and much more. Hope you like it!
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The first step of coronavirus spread literally reminds of Ram Gopal Varma’s 2009 thriller. Just like its name, the virus was ‘Agyaat’ to everyone, thus we were taking the whole matter very lightly.
Darna Mana Hai (fright is forbidden)
During the initial period, the spread of the virus was taking place at a slower pace and hence, everyone was like ‘Darna Mana Hai’.
AndhaDhun (a blind/uncontrollable rage)
After slow arrival in India, the virus established its roots and thereafter, what we witnessed was sheer ‘AndhaDhun’ spottings of coronavirus victims.
Contrary to the belief that India’s weather is not favourable for virus’ growth, several positively tested patients witnessed a tragic death and since then, people thought that the virus is really ‘Ghatak’.
Darna Zaroori Hai (fright is a necessity)
After considerable growth in mortality rate, the feeling of intense fear stormed the entire country and ever since then, everyone is like ‘Darna Zaroori Hai’.
Taking into consideration the danger of coronavirus, the state governments and the central government decided to apply ‘Pratibandh’ (lockdown) on public gatherings and urged everyone to stay in their home.
After declaring the first lockdown, our beloved PM Narendra Modi proclaimed of second lockdown (lockdown ‘2.0’) across the entire country. It will last till 3rd May.
Now, after exercising lockdown ‘2.0’, everyone is just hoping the situation to settle down as soon as possible and there’s ‘Intezaar’ of 3rd May.