Indian Celebs Share Vaccination Photos & Inspire People To Get The Jab

Indian Celebs Share Vaccination Photos & Inspire People To Get The Jab

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BySamprita on 10 May 2021 Senior Digital Editor

India is currently fighting the second wave of Covid-19 and there are already speculations about an inevitable third wave of the pandemic. Amidst all of this, the COVID-19 vaccine remains our biggest hope to stay positive. The situation is disturbing and we have already crossed the four-lakh mark in relation to the single-day spike. It is high time we stop listening to all the COVID-19 vaccine myths that have been discouraging us from getting the jab. The only thing to do right now is to book your slot and get vaccinated to control the spread of the virus.  And in case you need a little motivation, here is a list of all the celebs who got vaccinated recently:

Himanshi Khurana

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Punjabi singer and actress Himanshi Khurana had tested positive for COVID-19 back in 2020 and she has got herself vaccinated now. She shared a picture of her from the vaccination centre on her Instagram story recently and captioned it as "Lag Gayi Suiii".

Parth Samthaan


Parth Samthaan had also tested positive for COVID-19 last year and had a very difficult time dealing with the infection. The actor got his first shot as soon as he got an opportunity. The actor took it to Instagram recently to share a video of him getting the vaccine and captioned it, "It’s time to implement the awareness, it’s time to unite and get back our country the way it was by protecting ourselves and our loved ones #ɢᴇᴛᴠᴀᴄᴄɪɴᴀᴛᴇᴅ#stayhealthy #staysafe
This phase shall pass soon 😇".

Radhika Madan

English Medium actress Radhika Madan also posted a picture of herself getting her first jab and captioned it as, "One step at a time 💉 #vaccinated: I urge everyone to get themselves registered and get their shot and please take full precautions at the vaccination center. Wear double mask, sanitize your hands, maintain distance and don't panic. Don't forget to get a good night's sleep the day before and stay well hydrated. #FightCorona #Covid19India".

Virat Kohli 

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Indian Cricket Captain Virat Kohli took his first vaccine dose today and shared the same on his Instagram story. The skipper added "Vaccinate as soon as you can. Stay safe."

Madhuri Dixit 

Madhuri Dixit has already completed her vaccination course and she received her second dose last month. She took to Instagram to post a picture of her getting the jab and wrote, "Got my second jab today. I urge everyone to get vaccinated as soon as it's available to you. 💉 #StayHomeStaySafe"

Devoleena Bhattacharjee

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The Saath Nibhaana Saathiya fame Devoleena Bhattacharjee shared a picture from the vaccination centre to encourage fans to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

Pulkit Samrat

Actor Pulkit Samrat also took his first vaccine dose and shared a picture from the centre on his 'gram. While cracking a pun in the caption the actor wrote, "#Jab We Met 💉 This is our best form of defence. Be safe. #ɢᴇᴛᴠᴀᴄᴄɪɴᴀᴛᴇᴅ 💕"

Riteish Deshmukh

The Ek Villian actor also took his first jab on Monday morning and shared the news with his fans. Along with a picture of him getting vaccinated at the centre he wrote," Get Vaccinated !!! Let’s fight this monster together.... #vaccinationdone✔️ #vaccination"

Genelia Deshmukh

Actress Genelia D'souza, wife of actor Ritiesh Deshmukh accompanied her hubby for the vaccination. She shared a picture of herself at the vaccination centre and captioned it the same as her better half.

Sanjana Sanghi

The Indian Express
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The Dil Bechara actress Sanjana Sanghi also took her first jab with her brother and shared a picture of the two on their way to the vaccination centre. She captioned the picture as, "Sanghi sibs take the jab."

 

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