Trisha Krishnan, the brand ambassador of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) India, took to their social media handle to address the Coronavirus crisis. In the video posted on March 19, the South Indian actor is seen talking about the deadly virus and preventive measures to fight it. She says, "COVID-19 disease can be stopped. Together we can do it."
How do you protect yourself and your loved ones from #Coronavirus?— UNICEF India (@UNICEFIndia) March 19, 2020
Trisha Krishnan, #UNICEF India Celebrity Advocate shares simple messages to remember, follow and share with your family and friends on WhatsApp.
#COVID19 @trishtrashers @vijayabaskarofl @drbeelaIAS @NHM_TN pic.twitter.com/xbuoHycNZ9
South actor Trisha joined UNICEF as their Brand Ambassador reportedly in 2017. Her role reportedly includes spreading awareness for the welfare of the youth, especially young girls. She had previously engaged with UNICEF to address the issues faced by young girls in Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
Meanwhile, Trisha, who is reported to be on self-quartine recently hit the headlines after she opted out of the Chiranjeevi starrer Acharya. She opted out of the film due to some creative differences with the makers of the film, stated media reports. Meanwhile, the actor has multiple movies at different stages of production.
Trisha will be next seen in Jeethu Joseph directorial Ram. The movie, starring Mohanlal and Trisha in the lead, is reported to be a thriller. The upcoming Malayalam movie is reported to hit the screens by August 2020. Besides the upcomer, she also has Mani Ratnam's dream project Ponniyin Selvan and M. Saravanan's Raangi in the making.
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