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B-town celebs stand in solidarity with frontline workers by lighting diyas, candles

Posted April 6th, 2020, 10:06 AM IST

B-town celebs stand in solidarity with frontline workers by lighting diyas, candles

Responding to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's '9 pm, 9-min' appeal to defeat the coronavirus in the country, B-town celebs turned off the lights in their houses and lighted earthen lamps across on Sunday night.

Akshay Kumar shared a picture on Instagram, where he is seen standing in the balcony of his home, holding a candle in his hand.Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone lit a candle and showed their solidarity too,Alia Bhatt also shared a picture holding candles in her hands. She reminisced a childhood memory which she noted in the caption that readBhumi Pednekar shared a video on Instagram, where she expressed gratitude to the frontline workers by lighting up the torch on her mobile phone. She wroteKangana Ranaut was seen lighting earthen lamps along with her family in a video shared on Instagram. Her sister Rangoli shared the video on Instagram, along with a messageKaran Johar along with his kids Yash and Roohi and his mom Hiroo Johar gathered on the roof on their residence and lit up mobile lights.Anushka Sharma lit earthen lamps in her balcony along with husband Virat Kohli as seen in a picture shared on Instagram. She wrote,Vicky Kaushal shared an enchanting glimpse of his balcony with candles and wrote-Meanwhile, celebs including Soha Ali Khan, Mouni Roy and Pooja Hegde were seen lighting earthen lamps and candles in their balconies to express their solidarity with those serving amid the COVID-19 outbreak.