Amid the worst coronavirus crisis in India, many Bollywood celebrities have step forward to help the victims with donations and raise awareness among the masses, using their social media handles.
Recently, Bollywood famed actress Kareena Kapoor-Khan has revealed that how she has been spreading awareness to curb the outbreak of the deadly virus through her social media platforms.
The Ki & Ka actress shared a fun and innovative way to educate people, especially children on the importance of getting vaccinated to fight against the virus.
Taking to her Instagram, the Jab We Met starlet shared a short video clip from iconic cartoon show Tom & Jerry to create awareness about the vaccination drive.
She posted the clip in a bid to explain to her son Taimur, 4, why it is essential for adults to get vaccinated for Covid-19. In the caption, she wrote, “We don’t realise that our kids are also absorbing what’s going on and they are scared too.”
“We were talking to Tim to try and explain why all the adults need to be vaccinated and I think this sums it up pretty well. It’s really that simple,” she added.
“But as we explain to our kids, we too need to be patient and help everyone who is trying to help us — medics, pharma, authorities and the millions of volunteers — please register and wait for your turn,” she said.
India is currently battling a deadly second wave of COVID-19 with cases hitting a new record with every passing day. Kareena has been posting messages on social media, urging people to follow COVID protocols seriously.
In another Instagram post, she shared a message talking about the importance of wearing masks correctly.
The 3 idiots star post read, "It's unimaginable for me to know that there are still many people who do not understand the gravity of the situation our country is in. The next time you step out, or wear your mask under your chin, or flout the rules, spare a thought for our doctors and medical staff. They are at a breaking point, both mentally and physically. Each one of you reading this is responsible for breaking the chain. Now more than ever, India needs you.”