Female comedian and founder of comedy-troupe, The Khawatoons, provides public with comic relief amidst threat of Coronavirus in Pakistan.
According to reports of Baaghi TV, Pakistani comedian, Faiza Saleem, is fully utilizing the social media platform to provide some much needed comic relief as the nation exercises social distancing and self-isolation to help combat the spread of the virus.
The virus which had its outbreak in the Wuhan region of China’s Hubei province in late 2019 has now spread across the globe. The novel virus was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) in March of 2020 due to an alarming number of reported cases and deaths in the world. Following which, the government of Pakistan had also decided to implement a nation-wide lockdown in the battle against the spread of COVID-19 across Pakistan.
Although many celebrities and people of influence and/or authority are preaching the WHO-approved precautions as safety measures, Faiza Saleem is taking an alternate route and providing some much needed laughter to help pass the time as the nation socially distances from larger gatherings and generally going out unless absolutely necessary.
In a series of videos posted by Saleem on her Instagram page, the comedian highlights various issues thus experienced by the public. So far her themes include comparing expectations vs reality in the time of quarantine as well as public reaction to the idea of having to socially distance by staying indoors.
In the latest video Saleem beautifully captures the notion of memories and perspective.
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