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Kangana Ranaut Shares Video Urging People to Register for COVID-19 Vaccine; Watch

Srimoyee Bhattacharya

April 30, 2021

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Actress Kangana Ranaut posted an Instagram video asking fans and followers to get the COVID-19 vaccine instead of fearing it or feeling demotivated.

Kangana Ranaut is a renowned Bollywood actress with several successful movies under her belt. The actress often takes to her social media pages to voice her opinions and takes on important matters, as she interacts with her fans and followers on such platforms. Recently, Kangana Ranaut headed to her Instagram page to share a video requesting everyone to kindly register themselves for the COVID-19 vaccinations.

Watch the video here:

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Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut took to her social media page recently to help her followers understand the importance of taking the COVID-19 vaccine. Through the video she posted, she also shared a very motivating and uplifting message that many are currently losing their lives due to the grim situation in India. Talking to her fans and followers, the actress explained to them why it is extremely crucial to stay calm, not contribute to the prevailing issues in the world, and instead, register to go get the COVID-19 vaccine once it is available in India from May 1, 2021.

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Kangana, in her video, expressed that it was her recent observation that many people appear to be losing hope and the zest for life. She acknowledged there are many people who are actually fighting the coronavirus relentlessly on the battleground, whether it is those who are infected or the frontline and healthcare workers who are trying to treat the patients. Thus, Kangana stated that this is not the time to feel any sort of self-pity, disappointment or defeat. Every generation has had to face similar conditions such as during the Spanish flu, plague or even tuberculosis.

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Kangana urged people to register for the COVID-19 vaccine instead of worrying about the virus. She further urged them to not spread rumours and lies about the vaccine, which tends to make people very doubtful about getting it. Kangana added that she is going to go take the COVID-19 vaccine along with her family, friends and staff members on May 1, 2021, after having convinced them of its utmost importance.

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