Actress Jacqueline Fernandez recently took to social media to celebrate children’s efforts in the struggle against the Covid-19 pandemic. She gave a shout-out to any child who has stayed inside during their summer vacations rather than going outside to play with other kids.
She said, “Everyone is applauding everyone but our children. These little heroes have stayed indoors more than they’ve ever known in their lives. Their whole worlds have literally been turned upside down. All these rules they’ve never known. Adults talking about others becoming unwell, news reporting death after death. Our poor children’s minds must be racing. Every day they get up and carry on despite all that’s going on. So, here’s to our little heroes: today, tomorrow, forever.”
Many Bollywood mommies applauded Jacqueline’s contributions in the battle against the coronavirus as soon as she shared it. Shilpa Shetty Kundra, who has two daughters, an eight-year-old son Viaan Raj Kundra and a one-year-old daughter Samisha Shetty Kundra, commented with a heart emoticon, “So true.” Mother of a one-year-old son, Ravie Kapoor, Ekta Kapoor, wrote, “The best thing I’ve read! My son has known masks sanitizers n hasn’t experienced fresh air in a park in abandon (sic).”
India has been hit by a terrifying second outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, and it has now emerged as one of the worst-affected countries in the world, with an unprecedented increase in Covid-19 incidents. In a televised public speech last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also indicated that children should take up the task of persuading their parents and family members not to leave the house.
Jacqueline was most recently seen in Netflix’s Mrs. Serial Killer. She will be a part of the movies, Bhoot Police, Cirkus, and Bachchan Pandey. She also stars with Akshay Kumar in Abhishek Sharma’s Ram Setu. The cast of the film began filming in early March but had to put the project on hold after Akshay and 45 crew members tested positive for Covid-19 in early April.