The same is the case with talented Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli and Bollywood actress wife Anushka Sharma.
On Tuesday he tweeted a picture of himself which he says was taken by 'the best photographer.'
Taking to Twitter, Kohli said: "Hello, I am Virat Kohli. Today I am speaking to you not as an India player, but as a citizen of the country. What I have seen in the last few days people moving in groups, not abiding by curfew rules, not following lockdown guidelines it shows that we are taking the fight very lightly. But this fight is not as easy as it looks or feels."
She was reacting to claims by India cricket legend Farokh Engineer that all that the BCCI Selectors did during the World Cup in England earlier this year was fetch "cups of tea" for her.
Actress-producer Anushka Sharma says she always wanted to show strong, independent women through cinema and her latest production venture, "Bulbbul", is a step in that direction.
Anushka Sharma spent quality time with her "buddies" on Saturday. In an Instagram picture, Anushka can be seen taking care of the plants in her balcony, which she calls her "buddies".
Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma has voiced concern over the stigma around COVID-19, and has urged people to not discriminate against patients suffering from coronavirus.
Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma and her husband, cricketer superstar Virat Kohli, have pledged to support the PM's Relief Fund and Chief Minister's Relief Fund in the ongoing battle against the coronavirus pandemic.
Over 16 lakh people in 1,536 villages across 21 of Assam's 33 districts are still affected by flood, according to Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) officials. More than 100 human lives have been lost in the state due to floods.