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The corona virus has brought the world to a standstill and has had a tremendous impact on the film industry as well. Shooting of many films has been stopped and film festivals have been postponed. In view of the increasing outbreak of Kovid-19, various programs, award ceremonies, interviews, shooting programs have been canceled all over the world including India.

The corona virus has brought the world to a standstill and has had a tremendous impact on the film industry as well. Shooting of many films has been stopped and film festivals have been postponed. In view of the increasing outbreak of Kovid-19, various programs, award ceremonies, interviews, shooting programs have been canceled all over the world including India. Its outbreak is being seen not only in India but also abroad. Recently, the World Health Organization has also appealed to superstar Bollywood celebs on social media to spread awareness in this matter.

Many parts of the world have been locked down due to Corona virus. People are also spreading awareness to avoid spreading the social media virus. In this episode, Dr. Tedros Edhanom, director general of the World Health Organization, has tagged several celebs on Twitter and requested them to take the 'Safe Hands Challenge'. He has been tagged by Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra and wrote that, taking the Global Stars Safe Hands Challenge, share your video and ask three more people to take this challenge along with you. Together we can deal with this virus. Due to Corona virus infection, we have changed our plans. Let us tell you that the World Health Organization has now declared corona virus a pandemic. Earlier in 2009, swine flu was declared an epidemic. An epidemic is called a disease that is spreading to people in different countries of the world at the same time. This definition is used only for those communicable diseases that spread rapidly in many countries through simultaneous contact between people.