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Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Alia Bhatt encourage fans to wear a mask with their unique photoshoot

Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan and a number of different Bollywood celebrities have joined movie star photographer Avinash Gowariker as part of his ‘Wear masks it’s safer campaign’ amid coronavirus pandemic. The photographer has assembled throwback images of many celebs with their mouths blanketed for the marketing campaign.

Amitabh Bachchan shared a college in their pictures on Instagram and captioned it, “Wear the mask… An initiative by using @avigowariker .. Ace photographer and dear friend.” It shows Amitabh masking his mouth by using pulling up his excessive-neck sweatshirt. Tiger Shroff is likewise visible hanging a similar pose. Meanwhile, Alia Bhatt, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra and South big-name Mahesh Babu are seen masking their mouths with their arms. Hrithik Roshan is seen hiding his mouth behind a clapperboard while cricketer MS Dhoni has his gloves to cowl his mouth.

Avinash shared the individual pics on his Instagram web page together with a disclaimer, “WEAR A MASK…. IT’S SAFER…PS: This is an image in a photo collection I’m doing, using stock photos from older photoshoots…#WearAMaskItsSafer !! #GoCorona #StaySafe.”

Amitabh has pledged month-to-month rations to support 1,00,000 families of the day by day salary employees, which includes spot boys and make-up artists, belonging to the All India Film Employees Confederation (AIFEC). He additionally did his bit to spread cognizance and changed into a part of a quick film on social distancing known as Family. The film was made in collaboration with stars from Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam cinema.

Many celebrities, from Shah Rukh and Salman to Chiranjeevi and Prabhas, have stepped forward to do their bit for migrants, daily salary employees and people from their own industry dealing with joblessness and close to starvation in a remarkable pan-India lockdown. Several different filmmakers and musicians also are making contributions of cash, meals and scientific materials and, in some cases, offering their homes to be used as quarantine centres. They are being modern too, elevating money thru online live performance and throwing in a virtual date.

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