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'We are scared': Salman Khan and Sohail Khan's son Nirvan video message amid coronavirus outbreak

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 6 April 2020, 14:52 IST
Salman Khan and Sohail Khan's son Nirvan video message

Bollywood actor Salman Khan along with his mother, sisters, brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and Sohail Khan’s son Nirvan had gone to his Panvel farmhouse to relax. However soon PM Modi announced 21-days lockdown and the Khan family got stuck. Recently, Radhe actor took to his Instagram handle and shared a video wherein we can see Sohail Khan’s son Nirvan Khan with his mamujaan.

In the video, Salman is urging people to stay indoors as the home is the safest place from this Coronavirus. The video started with Nirvan revealing that he hasn’t met his father from past three weeks followed by Salman who also stated that even he hasn’t met his father Salim. He further goes on to says that it is time to get scared and stay inside the home instead of showing bravery and stepping out.


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While explaining this he used the reference of the dialogue, “Jo dar gaya, so mar gaya” and said that it's not the time to follow this mantra.

Check out the video below:

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Be Home n Be Safe @nirvankhan15

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Meanwhile, Salman recently celebrated his nephew Ahil Sharma’s birthday at his Panvel residence and has also shared a video of him spending time with his niece Ayat Sharma.

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While the actor is stuck at his Panvel residence he couldn’t attend the funeral of his nephew Abdullah Khan who passed away on 30th March. His last rites took place in Indore.

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First published: 6 April 2020, 14:15 IST
 
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