Lockdown has been imposed due to corona across the country and in this lockdown, common or special people are imprisoned in their homes. The stars are doing something to spend time in it and to make the public aware, but some people are telling it wrong and are engaged in trolling the celebs. Deepika Padukone recently spoke to a website about the criticism of celebs' actions in lockdown. While talking about this, she said, "People should stop treating celebrities as stupid. It is not that the actors are not thinking about the situation nowadays. Like other people, the stars are also trying their best."
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Deepika herself is spending time in cooking, cleaning and fixing things and on this she told that, "Due to mental illness like depression, it is very difficult for them to stay in lockdown. That is not the case. "When Deepika was asked about the behavior of celebrities, she said," It was written in a magazine article that during the time of pandemic in the world, stars should not express your mouth should be kept closed and your thinking. I think different people take things differently. People should stop thinking that actors are stupid. She says that most of us are intelligent and have a good ability to understand and think. They think we know what is happening. Everyone understands the seriousness of the situation.
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Deepika said, 'All of us are trying our best to stay at home, following social distancing, understanding our responsibility towards the country, what we should do and what not. What else can we do beyond this? ' Talking further, Deepika also said that, 'everyone needs sympathy at this time and everyone is expressing sympathy. What is the difference between what someone is posting on social media? It all depends on one's own thinking. Not everyone wants content, but people who are mentally disturbed need it to run away from their thinking.
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