Amit Sadh decides to go offline from social media amid pandemic; urges people to help daily wage workers

Amit Sadh decides to go offline from social media amid pandemic; urges people to help daily wage workers

Amit Sadh decides to go offline from social media amid pandemic; urges people to help daily wage workers

The ‘Sultan’ star said that he would not post quotes, pictures or reels on Instagram as he didn’t wish to show his ‘privileged’ life on social media. He promised to stay in touch with fans through direct messages if a ‘need for a conversation arises’.

Actor Amit Sadh has decided to go offline amid the spike in Coronavirus cases. He penned a long note on social media to stress on the importance of helping people and not turn a blind eye towards them, especially during the pandemic.

The ‘Sultan’ star said that he would not post quotes, pictures or reels on Instagram as he didn’t wish to show his ‘privileged’ life on social media. He promised to stay in touch with fans through direct messages if a ‘need for a conversation arises’.

“I am going offline. The recent events have made me reflect on whether I should be posting my pictures and reels. Especially when my city Mumbai and the entire state is under strict Covid restrictions, the whole country is going through a difficult time. I believe my post and reels of gym sessions, the silly things I do, will not heal or entertain anyone. This is not a criticism to anyone. I personally feel the best way to be sensitive about the situation is to pray and hope for the things to get better,” he wrote in his Instagram post.

In his post, he also urged people to help those who are in need, especially daily wagers.

Amit ended his three-para post by thanking fans and assuring them that he is not abandoning them. The actor also requested all his fans to take care of themselves, help the needy, give people salaries on time and be safe.

Sadh had a busy 2020 as he featured in three films ‘Shakuntala Devi’, ‘Yaara’ and ‘Operation Parindey’, and two web shows ‘Breathe: Into The Shadows’ and ‘Avrodh’.

Meanwhile, the actor was recently seen in ‘Jeet Ki Zidd’, where he was seen playing the role of an Army officer battling disability.

The series is based on the true story of Major Deep Sengar of the Special Task Force, who returned from Kargil War in a wheelchair. While doctors gave up hope, Deep fought against all odds to bounce back in life. The Zee5 series is directed by Vishal Mangalorkar, and also features Amrita Puri and Sushant Singh.

Amit Sadh will next be seen onscreen in Milan Luthria’s romantic action drama film ‘Tadap’ along with Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria. The film is scheduled to be released theatrically on 24 September 2021.

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