Celebs mourn people dying due to Covid 

Celebrities mourn the death of people dying due to Covid-19:

Every other day we hear some sad news, usually the death of someone known due to covid-19. Recently, Sushmita Sen spoke about the resilience of the human spirit as India deals with the devastating second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. She posted a picture of herself on Sunday and wrote a tribute for the frontline workers. She also mourned people who lost their lives to Coronavirus.


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A post shared by Sushmita Sen (@sushmitasen47)

She wrote: My heart goes out to people who are fighting for a single breath…mourning the loss of loved ones…struggling to make a living…the plight of daily wage workers…all our covid warriors both medical & volunteers relentlessly fighting helplessness,”  she added: “Let’s not waste a single moment playing the blame game, for that moment, can be better utilised doing everything WE can to save a life.🙏 Every life is precious…we must not get used to it being reduced to a death toll number,” . 

Concluding her post, Sushmita said her fans are always in her prayers. “Please stay safe, stay healthy, stay clean, try to keep a calm state of mind, wear the mask and respect the rules…for that, which may look like a cage, could actually be a shield to protect our lives!!🙏 You all are always in my prayers & as gratitude in my heart!! 🤗❤️ Soooooo proud of you guys!!!” she said.

Later Zoya Akhtar, also posted on Instagram paying tribute to the lost ones. She posted a slide that read: “She is gone I am told, death by strangulation look closer, you will see the marks. She is not the only one I am told is a serial killer on the loose, look closer, those aren’t bonfires in the parks.” Along with it, Zoya wrote, “To those departed. Rest in peace. You will never be forgotten♥️.”


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Actress Mini Mathur also posted a picture on Instagram and asked about the well-being of her followers, She wrote: “Are you guys doing okay? Hang in there. Dedicate a few hours every day to helping the less fortunate and please also find time to look after yourself and address the anxiety you are experiencing. It’s a tough time for all of us. But we WILL get through,”. 


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Earlier Deepika Padukone shared a post speaking about mental health. As millions of us (I and my family included) strive to stay afloat, let us not forget that our emotional well-being in this current crisis, is equally important!” Priyanka Chopra, on the other hand, encouraged her Hollywood colleagues as well as social media followers to contribute in raising funds for India.


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Celebrities are also coming forward to help people: 


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Alia Bhatt has also collaborated with journalist Faye D’Souza to identify and amplify relevant information that can help Covid-19 patients. With her campaign #circleofhope, she is also sharing verified numbers of social media.

Many other celebrities have come forward to help people, actors like Bhumi Pednekar, Ayushman Khurana , Dia Mirza, Kartik Aaryan, Salman Khan, and others are amplifying the needs of those battling Covid-19 as well as helpful resources.