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Bollywood superstar actor Aamir Khan is very popular in China, has expressed concern over the coronavirus outbreak in the country that has claimed over 2,600 lives and advised people to take precautions and follow government’s instructions in “this time of crisis.”
Aamir Khan, 54, has become a household name in China due to the huge popularity of his movies such as 3 Idiots and Dangal.
The actor interacts with his Chinese fans through Weibo social media account which is akin to Twitter.
“A very warm hello to all my friends in China. Since I read about the outbreak of coronavirus over there, I have been extremely concerned,” he said in a video message with Chinese subtitles posted on his Weibo account on Friday.
“I have been in touch with a few of my friends and
I have been following this tragedy with a lot of pain in my heart. My heartfelt condolences to those who have lost somebody close,” he said.
The death toll in China’s novel coronavirus has gone up to 2,619 with 109 more deaths reported, while the confirmed cases have risen to 79,288, Chinese health officials said on Saturday.
“I know that these are very difficult times. I am sure the administration is doing all that they can to bring back things to control and back to normal and the best that we can do
“I hope and pray that things get back to normal very soon in China. My thoughts and my prayers are with you in this time of crisis. Sending you all my love, take care, be safe, be healthy,” he added.