Actor Aparshakti Khurana hopes this lockdown will teach people to be the nice human beings they have been

Aparshkati Khurana is currently earning a stardom steadily in Bollywood film industry without help of his brother Ayushmann Khurana

By Xappie Desk, April 06, 2020 12:46 IST

One good thing that happened due to the coronavirus pandemic is that nature started healing itself. Animals started roaming freely in various parts of the world. Fishes started coming off the shores. Another good thing that happened due to the pandemic is that it brought all human beings together. Actor Aparshakti Khurana also opined the same. He said that the lockdown will teach people to be the nice human beings they have been.
Speaking in a recent interview, Aparshkati said that our nation's capital was burning a couple of months back. He stated that we needed a pandemic to bring us together. He opined that people will get changed and learn a lesson from this experience. He urged everyone to come out stronger out of these tough times.
Aparshakti is not getting out of the house like everyone else and is keeping himself busy with various activities. He said that he is now taking cooking lessons. The actor made Kaale Chane recently and apparently, that came out well. He also learned how to make butter chicken as well. His cook is helping Aparshakti to learn how to learn the art. He is also taking a few online courses for a few recipes.
Aparshakti has also got a chance to spend time with family due to the lockdown. He is also tracing out his old friends online these days. On the career front, Aparshakti was last seen in the film Street Dancer. His upcoming releases include Jayeshbhai Jordaar, Helmet, and Rashmi Rocket. All these films will hit the screens this year.
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