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Netizens Are Trolling Shibani Dandekar And Farhan Akhtar On Their Latest Instagram Picture

The outbreak of the COVID-19 disease has left the whole world in a state of fear and panic. As the number of cases infected by the coronavirus has been increasing with every passing day, people have started practicing social distancing to slow down the impact of the disease.

Bollywood celebrities and many prominent people are taking to their social media to spread awareness via their pictures and videos. Meanwhile, Bollywood actor-director Farhan Akhtar and his girlfriend Shibani Dandekar chose to do things differently.

Well, recently, Shibani Dandekar took to her photo-sharing application ‘Instagram’ and posted a picture of herself with Farhan Akhtar, where they can be seen cozying up. Sharing the picture, Shibani Dandekar joked that they did not get the memo on ‘social distancing’ measure. She wrote:

“Better half #Foo @faroutakhtar. Clearly didn’t get the social distancing memo.” 

Here, check out the Instagram post of Shibani Dandekar:

As soon as the post caught eyes, people started trolling the two for the picture and their funny caption. Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on the picture:

 

Talking about the Coronavirus, so far, the deadly virus has infected 125 people, who have tested positive in India. While the number has crossed, 170000 globally. On Tuesday, a 64-year-old man from Mumbai succumbed to the virus, taking the death toll so far to three in India.

Meanwhile, the entertainment industry has suffered a lot of losses because of the outbreak of the coronavirus. Even Bollywood is predicted to lose around Rs 750-800 crore, as the shoot of all the ongoing movies has been paused and postponed. The business of Baaghi 3 and Angrezi Medium were severely as theaters were shut down in most of the states.

 

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Written by Unnati Madan

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