‘If you go out, you’ll get a free massage from police’ – Yuzvendra Chahal urges everyone to stay indoors amid Coronavirus outbreak
Apart from Chahal, many cricketers like Suresh Raina, Virat Kohli, and Rohit Sharma have been spreading awareness on the social media amid the pandemic.
Updated - Apr 7, 2020 7:01 pm
Since breaking into the Indian side, leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal has been hogging the attention both on and off the field. His segment ‘Chahal TV’ has gained a lot of popularity and he has interviewed many stalwarts including Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma on the show. Chahal has been quite active across the social media and he has been recently sharing many TikTok videos for his fans.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has compelled the world to a standstill, Chahal is spending his quarantine time with his family. In these trying times, the 29-year-old has requested everyone to stay at home. Chahal feels that the more people will stay at home, the sooner lockdown will end.
BCCI took it to Twitter and shared a video of much-popular ‘Chahal TV‘ with the caption: “A special message from @yuzi_chahal in our latest Chahal TV – Home Edition episode.”
Chahal, who is known for his candid chats in ‘Chahal TV’, talked about his life in the video and his daily quarantine routine while being in the lockdown.
“Hello, guys! I am back but this time from my home. You guys must have been missing Chahal TV and even I was missing it. In this episode, I will tell what I do at home. I sleep, I eat, I spend time with my family members and play with my dogs,” said Chahal in the clip.
‘This is a serious matter’: Yuzvendra Chahal
Chahal termed the current situation as a very serious matter. He also joked saying that if people go outside in the lockdown, the will get a ‘free massage’ from the police.
“Please stay at your home during the lockdown. Do not go outside because this is a very serious matter. If you will go out, you will get a free massage. Jokes apart, this is a serious matter, please stay at home. The more you will stay at home, the sooner the lockdown will end,” Chahal added.
— BCCI (@BCCI) April 7, 2020
Apart from Chahal, many cricketers like Suresh Raina, Virat Kohli, and Rohit Sharma have been spreading awareness on the social media amid the pandemic. The outbreak of coronavirus has taken a toll on human existence and more than 75,000 deaths have been registered across the globe. Talking about India, the country has witnessed more than 4000 confirmed cases and 114 deaths have been recorded so far.