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9 Baje 9 Minute: Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar & others light diyas to mark solidarity


Prime Minister Narendra Modi initiated the ‘diya jalaye’ campaign and appealed to switch off lights for 9 minutes at 9 pm on Sunday April 5. This initiative was to mark solidarity in the country’s fight against coronavirus. Prominent personalities from the Indian film industry took part in the same with dedication. Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Deepika Padukone and many more led the way.

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Amitabh Bachchan shared pictures of him lighting a torch, mentioning a line from his father Harivansh Rai Bachchan’s poem in the caption. tweeted.

Shah Rukh Khan’s son Abram decked up their balcony with lamps made out of Legos. The video was shared by Gauri Khan,

Akshay Kumar:

Deepika Padukone,

Anushka Sharma,

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I light a diya everyday for many years now. And as I light the diya I seek guidance, asking for the darkness in me to be dispelled. For many days since the turn of the recent events across the world, I have prayed to God to end the suffering of so many who are losing their lives without their families beside them, for the less-fortunate and the needy whose lives have turned upside down completely, for all the healthcare professionals who are working tirelessly & bravely to protect the lives of other beings, for those who are uncertain about their jobs and future. So tonight, I prayed extra for everyone and I lit diyas with the whole of India and we all prayed for each other. Prayers never go in vain. ??✨

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Alia Bhatt,

Kartik Aaryan,

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Together, Everything is Possible ??? #9Baje9Minutes

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Katrina Kaif,

Sunny Leone,

Shraddha Kapoor,

Anil Kapoor,

The Prime Minister had urged people to switch off lights at their homes and light lamps, candles to “challenge the darkness spread by the corona crisis”. This was the second such mass activity undertaken by the citizens of the country after PM Modi’’s March 22 Janta curfew initiative. It had people clapping and clung utensils to express gratitude to those who have been providing essential services during this crisis.

According to the Health Ministry, the death toll due to COVID-19 rose to 83 and the cases climbed to 3,577 in the country on Sunday.

Also Read: #9pm9minute: PM Narendra Modi Lights A Lamp To Mark India’s Fight Against COVID-19

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