Coronavirus: SS Rajamouli 'shocked' To See World 'come To Standstill', Shares WHO's Tweet

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As the number of coronavirus cases went up, SS Rajamouli said he was 'shocked' to see world 'come to a standstill'. He urged followers to follow WHO guidelines.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:
Coronavirus: SS Rajamouli 'shocked' to see world 'come to standstill', shares WHO's tweet

The world is coming to a standstill, is what SS Rajamouli feels amid the spread of the coronavirus or COVID-19. The Baahubali director stated that it was ‘shocking’ to see the turn of events. The filmmaker said that it was important that one should not spread ‘panic’ in such a scenario. 

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Rajamouli also shared the advisory of the World Health Organisation, urging his followers to follow the recommendations, and stay alert amid the global pandemic.  

Here’s the post 

The WHO guidelines include regular handwashing using an alcohol-based rub and maintaining respiratory hygiene, covering one’s face and mouth when coughing and sneezing and avoiding touching eyes, nose and mouth. 

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Rajamouli is currently working on the much-anticipated RRR, starring Ram Charan, Jr NTR in lead roles, and Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt in pivotal roles. It has been reported that the Telugu industry has taken a decision to halt the shooting of the films till March 31. The teams of numerous films like Nani’s V and Rana Daggubati’s Aranya had announced that they have put the shooting on hold. 

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Even the film associations of Hindi entertainment announced that the shooting will be halted from March 19 to March 31. Earlier, the team of Shahid Kapoor’s Jersey had officially stopped the shooting, while other movies like Radhe: Your Wanted Bhai and Brahmastra were also reported to have taken similar decisions. 

The release of films like Sooryavanshi and Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar have been postponed. 

In India, the number of coronavirus cases have risen to 114 and two deaths have been reported. 

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