As the registration for the next phase of the Covid-19 vaccine begins today, Kangana Ranaut, in her latest video message on Twitter, has urged people to register themselves and get vaccinated as soon as possible. The actor said nobody should believe the rumours going around about the vaccine and fight this battle against coronavirus “on a personal level”. Actor Kartik Aaryan also shared a cryptic post, reminding people that registration of vaccine for everyone over the age of 18 has now begun.
“When you’re 45+ but hv to wait till 1st May for vaccine bcoz your wife has told the mohalla you’re 41. Registrations open today #VaccineRegistration,” he tweeted.
When you’re 45+ but hv to wait till 1st May for vaccine bcoz your wife has told the mohalla you’re 41
— Kartik Aaryan (@TheAaryanKartik) April 28, 2021
Kangana addressed the people who are feeling demotivated and said “this is not the time for self-pity”. The actor said that various generations have faced such a calamity once in their lifetime and this generation is no special. “To people who are overthinking, I must tell you every generation has dealt with diseases like Spanish Flu, Tuberculosis and Plague etc. Why do you think you are special? The population is so huge that the entire world is grappling with this disease. And, India has the largest population in the world. The modernity which we want to enjoy has its drawbacks as well,” the Manikarnika actor opined.
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) April 28, 2021
She added that if people cannot find a solution, they should not become a problem. Kangana added, “If you cannot find a solution, do not become a problem. We should help others but, first of all, we should help ourselves. We should not get infected with the coronavirus.” Emphasising the significance of getting vaccinated, the 34-year-old actor shared, “Until last year, we were all worried about the vaccine, but now we have a vaccine, and doctors are saying 98-99% of people who have taken just the first jab of the vaccine can recover at their home only.”
Kangana is planning to get vaccinated on May 1 along with her entire family. She has also got the staff at her house registered for the vaccination. Concluding her message, the actor said, “Do not believe in the rumours going around about the vaccine. Register yourself for vaccination and fight this battle on a personal level.”