Action star-filmmaker Rohit Shetty grew to become the newest celeb to get the coronavirus vaccination. The Sooryavanshi director took to Instagram to share a photograph of himself getting jabbed at Nanavati hospital in Mumbai. He additionally posed in entrance of a ‘I am Covid-19 vaccinated’ board, exhibiting a thumbs up signal to the digicam.
The director requested his followers and followers to additionally get vaccinated ‘as that’s the one means to battle Covid’. Referring to Khatron Ke Khiladi, the journey actuality present he hosts, Rohit Shetty warned them to not be a daredevil in real life, and to depart motion and stunts for the films.
“Action and Stunts are for movies don’t try to be a khatron ke khiladi in real life, get vaccinated. It is the only way to fight COVID. Got myself vaccinated today. Thanks to the staff of Nanavati hospital, the procedure was very well organised. #nanavatisuperspecialityhospital @my_bmc,” he shared.
Actor-director Rohit Bose Roy and spouse Manasi Joshi Roy additionally joined the vaccinated league as they received jabbed at Nanavati on Thursday. The couple posted pictures smiling on the cameras as they posed in entrance of the #VaccineWarriors placards.
Through his caption, Rohit too propagated taking the vaccine as that can ‘make the world a slightly safer place’. He wrote, “I implore everybody who’s eligible, to get their shot ASAP and make the world a slightly safer place… Manasi and I got our shots and we are absolutely fine! Of course we gotta follow due protocol till the pandemic continues but there is no reason NOT to take your vaccine when it’s due. Let’s beat this shit! Together! Thank you @nanavatihospital for the smooth process. @manasijoshiroy.”
His spouse Manasi additionally put up photos including, “And it’s done ✅😊” in the caption.
Some Bollywood and tv celebrities have been sharing their pictures as they get vaccinated towards coronavirus. Salman Khan, Sanjay Dutt, Dharmendra, Mohanlal, Kamal Haasan, Jeetendra, and Shobha Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan amongst many others, have gotten their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.