Sunidhi Chauhan says the dire COVID-19 situation in India 'cant go on for another year.'
The Kamli singer is deeply worried for her nation amid the surging cases of coronavirus and urges fans to be responsible citizens.
While touching on the devastating situation in a recent interview, the 37-year-old singer talked about losing her dear uncle at the hands of the deadly virus.
“The second wave has hit all of us badly. Checking the news every day is so heartbreaking. We have to take charge of the situation and be responsible citizens. This is spreading like wild fire. Some irresponsible people are taking Covid-19 as a joke and think it is not real. They have their own theories. But people are dying, and you can’t deny that. This time, it’s not only affecting older people. Younger people and kids, too, are getting seriously ill. It is a sad situation,” says Sunidhi.
The singer went on to reveal that she has not left her home since March 2020 and only steps out for her work.
“I was scared, and I still am. From March 2020 to this March, I didn’t miss going out as it was a break for me, I was happy. But with the second wave, I am thinking that this can’t go on for another year.”