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COVID-19: Farah Khan's Son Has Lockdown Blues While Daughter Sells Sketches To Raise Funds

Bollywood director Farah Khan has posted updates of her children coping with the lockdown blues and participating in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.


Sharing a picture of her son Czar looking out of the window to a deserted cityscape, Bollywood choreographer-director farah Khan brought out the totally relatable lockdown blues. With the entire nation in lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic in India, social distancing and self-isolation has everyone holed up in their houses. 12-year-old Czar Kunder can be seen standing next to a football in the post shared by Farah and captioned as, "A boy n A ball.. no1 to play with.. #czar #lockdowndiaries".

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Earlier on Wednesday, the director also shared that her daughter Anya has been doing her bit for the fight against COVID-19 by urging people to help stray animals amid the ongoing health crisis. She has decided to sketch pets and then sell her drawings to raise funds for the animals. Farah shared the sketch and wrote, "My daughter Anya has decided to sketch a pet, n sell it for rs.1000-/.. all proceeds will go towards feeding stray animals and homeless during this pandemic.. not much but she's only 12 yrs old.. ♥️".

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The coronavirus pandemic

The virus, known as COVID-19, is spread by droplets from coughs or sneezes. For most people, the virus causes mild to moderate symptoms such as fever and cough. In others with weaker immune systems, especially older adults and the others who are susceptible to illness, it can cause pneumonia. There is no known treatment, but some drugs have shown promise and await trials in control studies.

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