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Ronit Roy Feels Ecstatic As His Face Mask Tutorial Video Receives One Million Views

Amid COVID-19 outbreak, television star Ronit Roy shared a simple way to create a mask at home and the actor is happy to receive one million views on the video.

Ronit Roy feels ecstatic as his face mask tutorial video receives one million views

These days amid the lockdown several celebrities have been sharing DIY videos on social media teaching fans how to make masks at home. Similarly, television star Ronit Roy shared a simple way to create a mask at home using a t-shirt. The video went so viral that it received one million views on the video.

Ronit Roy receives one million views on his DIY video

The actor shared the video on April 21 where he uses a regular t-shirt and shows how to wrap it around the head to turn it into a mask. He even uses a lighter to demonstrate the effectiveness of the mask by trying to blow out the flame while wearing it. “No mask? Tension nahin leneka! Simple hai!” he wrote the caption while sharing the interesting video.

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Soon after he shared the video, it went viral with thousands of people viewing it to grasp the trend. The actor was delighted to receive one million views for the first time ever on any of his videos. He shared a screenshot of the post and wrote, “Wow!!! My first ever 1m views!!!! Who would have thought!!!!!!!” Several fans of the star congratulated him for the milestone. 


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