The video shot across multiple languages also features Bani J, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Arya, Priyamani, Kirti Kulhari, Puneet Rajkumar, and Devdarshini – urging Indians to get vaccinated
Some of the most-loved actors from the Indian film industry have joined hands to help spread awareness about the need for Covid-19 vaccination. Manoj Bajpayee, Pankaj Tripathi, Jaideep Ahlawat, and Vidya Balan, amongst others have come together to create awareness about Covid-19 and need for getting vaccinated. In a heartfelt video message on the social media platforms of Amazon Prime Video, the prolific actors have encouraged fellow citizens to get their COVID-19 vaccination shots at the earliest and win the fight against the pandemic. #Unite2FightCorona
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The messages, delivered in Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam, are a positive step to put in place a sustained public service campaign to get on-board India’s massive population with getting vaccinated. “With the country being massively hit by the second wave of COVID-19 and a third wave being anticipated, the importance of getting oneself inoculated is immense. To keep your family safe and protect them is no less than a mission. Register yourself at cowin.gov.in for vaccination. Vaccine ki vaar, covid ki haar!” says Manoj Bajpayee, whose recent release The Family Man Season 2 on Prime Video has received popular acclaim.
Vidya Balan, whose environmental thriller, Sherni, has also opened to very positive reactions, calls on people to get inoculated without any delay. “Covid will not stand in the face of inoculation. So go and get whatever vaccine is available right now, don’t delay it any further,” she urges.
“As soon as you get the opportunity, get yourself vaccinated,” appeals Pankaj Tripathi. His co-star, Rasika Dugal, from the popular Mirzapur, adds, “Please go ahead and take your shot. Don’t take any chances, take the vaccine instead!” Apart from them, the video shot across languages also features Bani J, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Arya, Priyamani, Kirti Kulhari, Puneet Rajkumar, and Devdarshini – urging Indians to get vaccinated.
“Vaccines are absolutely safe and very important if we have to fight Covid together. So, let’s defeat COVID by getting vaccinated,” declares Ahlawat.