Corona threatens the Bollywood industry: Social Media's full-fledged Portrayal

Corona Virus brings out a deep impact on the Bollywood industry. Since Corona Virus is spreading worldwide, the Bollywood celebs are a bit tensed about their projects that are launched or are going to be launched. Individually, the stars are taking serious measures to save their projects from the effect of COVID-19. The movie makers of the upcoming movies like Sooryavanshi and Haathi Mere Saathi, have decided to postpone their releases and at many social media platforms, stars have urged the fans to take safety measures in regards to this epidemic disease.  

Corona threatens Bollywood Industry

There were many upcoming movies which were to be released in the month of March. The movie makers decided to postponed the release till everything gets alright. The Bollywood Celebs are ensuring safety and good health of their fans.

Moreover, Theatres have been shut down in several parts of the country like Delhi, Chhattisgarh and Jammu-Kashmir. Amid of Covid-19 outbreak the box office collections of many movies like Baaghi 3 and Angrezi Medium have been adversely affected.

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Bollywood’s Tasks Stucked !

The awareness related to the epidemic Corona Virus is spreading as fast as the streaming rain and somehow the credit goes to the Social Media. For the well-being of the fans and keeping 'no loss' in the mind, bollywood sensation Akshay Kumar recently tweeted and announced the postpone of his upcoming movie Sooryavanshi.

Social media has portrayed millions of posts to make the public aware about this epidemic disease which was ultimately originated from China and gradually spreading in the major parts of India. Delhi and Rajasthan circuits contribute to around 25-30% of Bollywood films’ box-office collections. As the majority of cases are in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, filmmakers fear that the theatres in these areas may witness a sharp drop in footfalls if the spread is not contained.