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Mumbai: Mumbai Television actresses Gulfam khan appeals Muslim Community to celebrate EID on low key at home, amid lockdown and Covid-19 pandemic

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Mumbai: Mumbai  Television actresses Gulfam khan appeals  Muslim Community to celebrate EID on low key at home, amid lockdown and Covid-19 pandemic
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News report by Ayushi Kedia :

Mumbai: Indian Television actresses Gulfam khan request Muslim Community to celebrate EID on low key at home, amid lockdown and Covid-19 pandemic

Mumbai: We are living in unprecedented times. The entire world is focusing on the coronavirus pandemic.  Legions have contracted the illness and many have died from it.  The virus surprised every sector of society and caught many people unaware and prepared.  Health officials are working furiously to address and contain it.  The virus has almost thrown people jobless and penniless. She also appeals to Govt to lift lockdown slowly under precautionary measures.

The actress sharing her views on the existing lockdown and the spike in cases of Coronavirus which has and is taking a heavy toll, said, this year’s Ramzan Eid celebration will be very different because the elemental belief about EID is spirit and that spirit doesn’t matter whether you are wearing old clothes or celebrating the festival outside with 25000 people. And it’s not only about EID every festival is about spirit.

Continuing, she said though this time we can try to minimize our shopping in solidarity to poor at our homes with the same delicacy every year, she distributed food to house staffs so will follow the same trend.
She ensured to pay salaries to the staff who have returned to their native villages.

Hence the actress Gulfam khan  will celebrate with her staff like a family as she mentioned that she is born and brought up in such a culture where we define cleanliness staffs as a garbage person. She tries to convince that if in a small group we start collecting money then one day we can contribute a lot to poor people.

Also, she has OCD and during COVID-19 she is reeling through big challenges regarding cleanliness because the concern has become double for her from earlier times that includes taking bath twice a day, washing hands than a normal day, and disinfecting all the things brought from outside. Also, she loves to feed birds which also require cleanliness.

Further, the actress also specified for being a proud Maharashtrian. At first, Maharashtra Government is cheerfully taking everything and they are very efficient. Apart from this Mumbai is a city in India that accepts people very easily and hugs anyone like a mother’s arm safely. So managing such a huge population with lot of saturation and Asia’sn largest slum, it is not so easy to control this virus as the attack has been abrupt. Lastly, she shows there is a great need to open economy slowly and steadily and now its two months of lockdown and all the business establishments are shut. Apart from poor people, the middle-class family too is getting trapped in a distressed situation and soon machines will get rusted and human will become highly lethargic to work for straight 8 hours post-pandemic.

In the end, she wants to tell everyone out there that “god exists because human exists” so we should now move ahead from religion, race and wealth as eventually human for human shows humanism. Be peaceful, be happy, and stretch your hands and shoulders to needy people for the goodness towards human being whom you see around.

Life is too short to live.

News report by Ayushi Kedia

News Edit by K.V.Raman

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