Farah Khan reprimanded Bollywood celebrities, said- Have mercy on us …

Farah Khan bashed Bollywood celebrities in an Instagram video

With almost everybody staying at house, Bollywood celebs typically take to social media and share their whiling away time with followers.

The choreographer-turned-filmmaker took to Instagram to share a video wherein she is requesting celebrities to cease posting their exercise movies.

Farah Khan seems to have got angry with Bollywood stars who are posting their home workout videos on Instagram regularly. She further added that she will unfollow those who continue to send the workout videos and has requested them to not feel bad if she does so.

In the video, Farah is requesting all the celebs to not share their workout videos. And Bollywood stars reacted to the identical.


"Tabu commented on the video", Best Farah.#notguiltyfornotworkingout".

Farah asked stars and celebs to not post work out videos from home saying that she understands that keeping fit and staying in shape might be one of their biggest concerns but the concerns for most are the people are very different.

For the unversed, many B-Town biggies such as Katrina Kaif, Anil Kapoor, Rakul Preet Singh, Shilpa Shetty and Jacqueline Fernandes amongst others have been sharing home workout videos for fans and followers to emulate or to get inspired to stay in the best of health under the given circumstances.

Arjun Kapoor responding to the post wrote, "I think u need to workout in the gym downstairs in ur building ASAP". Comments comparable to "There's nothing wrong with motivating and entertaining people in such a situation, don't just crib for no reason". So, please have mercy on us and stop posting your workout videos. Check out the identical right here.

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