As the second wave of the Covid-19 issue fades away, actor Arshad Warsi has advised people to remember and proceed with care.
The second wave of the current Covid-19 issue will pass, but the memory of the crisis will linger, reminding people of their powerlessness. Actor Arshad Warsi believes people must realize that the virus is not a joke.
“I am so hurt and sad with how things turned out to be. How difficult it is and how dangerous it is. And how many people were facing trouble? That just breaks my heart,” Warsi confesses. It’s a very sad time. I can just hope we do the simple thing we need to do. It pains me when I see people not doing it. I hope people learn and get a little serious about it, and understand that it’s not a joke or is not a passing phase. It is here to stay and stay here for a long time”.
“I usually spend a lot of time at home and don’t work a lot. I like to take breaks. So, now, I am spending time at home with my kids. They are teenagers, and they already have their own life. Due to the lockdown, and it is not nice to say, they are at home, and I get to spend more time with them, and I got to know them even better", Arshad added.
Warsi has realized one thing after living through the epidemic and working through the crisis: the importance of health, “In fact, we took a lot of things for granted, now value it,” he says, adding, “Somewhere down the line, the world will change. People, who are conscious, will make a conscious decision to change things”.
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