Charmme Kaur shares an insensitive comment on coronavirus, deletes it
In a video, Telugu actor and director Charmee Kaur spoke about Coronavirus in a funny way and now she is receiving flak for the insensitive comment.
The deadly outbreak of Coronavirus in China has left everyone shocked and in order to spread awareness and take proper preventive measures to stay safe from the coronavirus, celebs across the world have been urging their fans to be safe. However, in a video, Telugu actress and director Charmme Kaur spoke about the virus and tried to make it sound funny. Thus, she has been receiving flak for the same.
In the video, she can be seen saying, “All the best guys. You know why? Because coronavirus has reached Delhi and Telangana. That’s what I heard, that’s what is there in the news.”
So all the best guys. Coronavirus has arrived,” she concludes.
Watch the video here:
— Hi Hyderabad (@HiHyderabad) March 2, 2020
However, Charmme later deleted the video, which was originally posted on TikTok, from all her social media platforms and also apologized for the same. She wrote, “I have read all ur comments n I apologise for the video posted .. it was an act of immaturity for a very sensitive topic , n hence shall be carefull in my further reactions as it was of least knowledge to me the rounds it created..”
Ever since the video went viral, the director received a lot of flak of her reaction. A social activist, who was admitted to a hospital in Hyderabad on Monday with speculated symptoms of COVID-19 after her arrival from Bangkok wrote, “She must be thinking it as the name of an ice cream.”
Here’s the tweet:
She must be thinking it is a name of an ice cream!!!
— sunitha krishnan (@sunita_krishnan) March 2, 2020
On the work front, Charmme Kaur will be producing the recently announced Vijay Deverakonda-Ananya Panday movie titled ‘Fighter‘ which is tipped to be a Telugu-Hindi bilingual and will also be released in other languages.