Hitting several actors without naming them, Nawazuddin Siddiqui has also taken a jibe to the industry with their favorite holiday destination – the Maldives.
As India has been plagued by the problem of COVID-19 and the government is urging citizens not to leave their homes for safety and those around them, airports have always seen the appearance of Bollywood celebrities caught leaving holidays abroad.
As long as India records more than 3.3 lakh new cases a day, which is the world’s highest day-long speaker, the speaker did not prevent celebrities from leaving their homes or reviving social media with photos from their holidays. The trend has angered actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who has been critical of the entertainment industry.
Kuch toh sharm karo. Maybe going on vacation isn’t as bad as showing off about it?” The actor told Sotboyboy in a special interview.
“But what else are they going to talk about? Imitation? They’re about to expire in two minutes. In logon ne, Maldives ko tamasaha bana rakha hai. I don’t know what’s up with the tourism industry. But for humanity, please keep these holidays for you. There is suffering everywhere. “COVID is growing. Be kind. Please don’t make fun of the poor,” said Naazazuddin.
India on Saturday fell to a remarkable milestone as it watched its one-day rise add a new 3.46 lakh cases and 2,624 deaths, taking the COVID-19 infection rate to 1.66 crores. After crossing more than 3.32 lakh cases in the past, India has also become the only country with a one-day increase in COVID-19 cases worldwide. Operating cases have risen to 25.52 lakh in the country now.