Famous actor Mahira Khan urges fans and followers to take care of others during the coronavirus pandemic. In her recent tweet she appealed to the general public to help others and make their lives easier.
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“If you are educated, if you can survive a month without work or in a position of power/privilege then this battle is yours more than anyone else’s," she said.
She added that we must take care of “those who are not in our position – make them aware, give them paid leave, and make their life easy.”
Earlier on Pakistan Day she showed her love for her country. “My dearest motherland, praying for you with all my heart. May there be peace, may there be tolerance and may there be health. Ameen.”
Mahira Khan is one of the Pakistan’s most popular actress and received several awards.
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