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‘Wah! Thanks For Listening’: Salman Khan Completely happy At Indoor Shab-e-barat Prayers Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

Coronavirus Pandemic that originated in China has unfold in lots of international locations the world over, India is certainly one of them. The federal government of India has imposed a 21-day lockdown within the nation to curb the unfold of COVID-19. Celebrity Salman Khan who’s spending the lockdown interval in his Panvel farmhouse has been selling self-isolation on his social media deal with. The Bharat star has heaped reward on Muslim communities for following lockdown orders whereas observing the competition of Shab-e-Barat.

Salman took to social media on the event of Shab-e- Barat to share pictures that confirmed the lockdown being practiced strictly. The primary image was of the road outdoors a mosque. The second is of a Qabrastan. Each are empty on the festive event.

Sharing the pictures of the empty mosque and qabrastan, Salman wrote on social media, “Wah! Thank u for listening n understanding the gravity of this case the nation is in. God bless n shield every n each 1.. #IndiaFightsCorona (sic).”

Take a look at his tweet right here:

Earlier, Salman Khan had featured in a video along with his nephew Nirvaan Khan and revealed that he has not seen his father for 3 weeks because of the lockdown. He additionally requested his followers to remain at house in the course of the lockdown.

Rumours of Salman Khan’s Eid launch Radhe being postponed because of the COVID-19 lockdown is resounding in Bollywood circles. If it occurs then this would be the first time that ardent Salman followers won’t see his launch on Eid.

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