Nobody Said It Better; Kartik Impresses As He Delivers 'Corona' Monologue

Publish On: 20 Mar, 2020 11:45 AM | Updated   |   Harshita  

MUMBAI: Kartik Aaryan's fandom started after he delivered his famous monologues and now, the actor comes up with yet another and the best one. In the wake of coronavirus fear, Aaryan brilliantly spread the message of social distancing to the masses. 

The 2 minutes and 24 seconds IGTV video is a hit amongst the audience and everyone is hailing the 'Pati, Patni Aur Woh' actor. The actor is seen schooling people all over the country to stay at home so as to stop the spreading of the novel virus. 

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He even warned people giving examples of Italy and China that faced major repercussions. He also said that India is at phase one right now but in no time, it would go to phase three if they only care about the economy, office and friends. So yes, please stay at home. 

The actor ended it with a pun highlighting "corona". Sharing the video, Kartik wrote, "#CoronaStopKaroNa. My Appeal in my Style Social Distancing is the only solution, yet @narendramodi we are with you, Sir !!"


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After the video, the hashtag #CoronaStopKaroNa became a trend on social media. The whole of the Bollywood applauded the actor for such an innovative and well-written monologue. 

Earlier, Aaryan had delivered two monologues in the franchise 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama' and those may or may not have made sense to you. But this one completely makes sense and this is the first time we are saying that listen to Kartik Aaryan. 

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India has reported more than 190 positive cases of the novel COVID-19 and so far, 5 people have lost their lives. The situation is worsening and that is why it is important to spread awareness. On Thursday, PM Narendra Modi also appealed to people to stay at home as much as possible. He even requested countrymen to follow 'Janata Curfew' that will be on Sunday, 22nd March 2020.