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Rakul Preet Singh courteously says ‘Wear a Mask’ to Paparazzi

Recently, the Marjaawan actress, Rakul Preet Singh, was spotted by the paparazzi, this Wednesday. After seeing the immense outbreak of corona, Rakul Preet appeals courteously to wear a mask to the Paparazzi, being aware of the fact of remaining outside for the entire day. South star Rakul Preet faced the cameras with a beautiful smile. 

Before bidding a goodbye to the Paparazzi, Rakul Preet gave a quick reminder to the people behind the camera by quoting, ‘Aap log mask pehen lo’ (you all should wear a mask).  

Rakul Preet says ‘Wear a mask’ 

However, the actress seemed to be somehow affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Although, she was not seen wearing or holding a mask in her hands. Even after the outbreak of Covid – 19, the paparazzi has to stay on its duty. Rakul Preet gave a gentle reminder to the Paparazzi knowing about the fact that the crew has to work hard the whole day. 

This is not the first time that Rakul is spreading awareness amid Corona, On the same day, the actress has been seen posting a picture on her Instagram handle with the entire team shooting wearing masks and holding sanitizers.  

Rakul Preet, while posting the picture captions, ‘Please don’t step out unless absolutely necessary! Could not cancel today’s shoot but the entire team took precautions! don’t be paranoid but wise. think positive and fight coronavirus with a smile.’ In the video, Rakul as usual was all smiles for the camera. The actress did not hesitate and smiled and waved as she walked inside her building. 

Rakul Preet’s upcoming projects 

Rakul Preet has many upcoming Bollywood projects queued. Some of them includes an action film alongside John Abraham. Also, there is an untitled film along with Arjun Kapoor and Ajay Devgn. The south star, Rakulpreet can be seen with Kamal hasan in her next upcoming Indian 2. 

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