“We must not lose hope. When the sun goes down, the stars come out,” says Akash Choudhary, Rubaru Mr. India 2016, while requesting people to restrict their movement amid the novel Coronavirus outbreak. The Mumbai-based actor and model also extended his gratitude to the forces involved in tackling this disease that has claimed the lives of several individuals across the world.
While speaking about the outbreak, Akash mentioned, “The world is going through a very dark time. It is indeed one of the most difficult phases for all of us. However, we must not lose hope. When the sun goes down, the stars come out and there is always a bright morning after every dark night. We are all together in this fight and we must make sure that we support the forces who are constantly putting all their efforts ahead so that the world can be healed. COVID – 19 has caused great destruction worldwide. However, there are still some generous souls out there who are working tirelessly so that people like us can have a better tomorrow. Not all of us have the privilege of staying at our homes with our families while these heroes are out there protecting us from this harmful disease. We all must respect their selfless contribution to heal the world. “
Akash further went ahead and thanked all the people involved in tackling this outbreak. He quoted, “I would also like to extend my gratitude to the forces who are our real heroes. These are the people who are acting as the pillars of strength for the entire world in these dark times. We all should be thankful to all these people and must cooperate with them so that the rate of recovery can be enhanced. Please follow the advice of the experts and the institutions involved in this fight and stay at your home. Our tomorrow depends on the measures and actions we undertake today.”
Akash Choudhary is regarded as one of the most influential Mr. India winners the nation has ever produced. He has always raised his voice in support of what is right and has supported the people whose purpose is to give a better tomorrow to the society.