Celebrities including politicians and even religious scholars from across the globe have taken to social media during quarantine amid coronavirus lockdown to engage with their fans and followers.
The majority of these have turned to their kitchens to show their culinary skills, while others regularly post funky activities with families at home. Away from beauty salons and spas, some managed to look good with a bare look but others failed to appeal with a natural look.
While Mahira Khan looked ethereal even without makeup, Shaniera Akram put her and husband Wasim Akram’s video wearing wigs on Instagram.
Besides putting up their selfies on social media, Indian and Pakistani celebrities are even using their social media spaces for positive social messages.
Where Indian celebrities have joined hands to thanks Bombay Police for keeping the people safe amid coronavirus lockdown, a few of them like Akshay Kumar, Ayushman Khurana, and Shilpa Shetty shared their glimpses on social media.
On the other hand, Pakistani celebrities have joined hands with designer Asim Jofa to stitch protective equipment for doctors and paramedic staff who are at the front line fighting coronavirus.
They have urged their followers to follow the suit and join the noble cause to help the nation fight the battle of survival. They urged doctors who are risking their lives while treating coronavirus patients need to be protected. In the face of limited supplies of personal protective equipment, people can stitch them at home and give to doctors.
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Meanwhile, Asim Jofa has already delivered the first batch of protecting gears to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center.
Hence, celebrities like Iqra Aziz, Yasir Hussain, Shaniera Akram, Sonya Hussain, Ushna Shah, Adnan Siddiqui, and others have posted their videos on social media stitching protective dresses on a sewing machine.
The fans and followers were amazed to see their favorite celebrities taking down to stitching and tailoring work to contribute to a national cause.