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The Great Khali makes Egg Curry on Chulha during lockdown in India, video goes Viral

Millions of people across the country are under lockdown in an attempt to prevent the spread of coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, the government has extended the current shutdown for 19 days which will end on May 3.

Amid the ongoing shutdown, a video went viral on social media in which The Great Khali can be seen making egg curry at his farmhouse in a different way. The video will surely make your mouth water if you see it.

The Great Khali is well known for his intimidating debut against The Undertaker. His real name is Dalip Singh Rana who is over 7 foot tall. Khali became the first Indian World champion in WWE history.

In the video, he is seen enjoying the moment during the process of egg curry. At the end of the video, he urged people to stay at home during the close down to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 outbreak. He also said that this pandemic can not be won by an individual, rather it can only be won by unity. 

He also said that this pandemic can not be defeated by an individual, rather it can only be done by unity. So, we all need to come together to fight against the Coronavirus epidemic which has claimed over 1.5 lakh lives across the world while more than 22 lakh people have been infected with the deadly virus.

He further said that everyone should follow the lockdown guidelines set by the government and should help each other in this hard time. He also thanked organizations that are doing their best to help the nation combat the coronavirus

He added that several people from different organizations have emerged as saviours for the daily wagers and homeless people. Thanks to the heroes who stepped in at the right place and at the right time on the ground and helped to bring some good optimism to an otherwise serious situation, he said.

Khali also stated that police and doctors are putting their lives at risk and doctors are still treating COVID-19 patients. He said health workers and policemen are coming forward without caring about their lives and ensuring that India’s citizens are safe. 

Coronavirus has put the entire world in a lockdown as there is no antidote of this disease so far. So, It is a battle of life and death and we have to win it.

Written by Dharam Sikarwar

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