Preity Zinta expresses her views on being a part of IPL amid the pandemic


Indian Premier League is being held in six major cities of India but at the same time, India is suffering from the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic too. Already, 5 players have pulled out themselves from IPL 2021 so far. The Health system is facing a huge crisis due to the increasing numbers of COVID patients. In the worst scenario, many B-town celebs are coming forward and helping others through donations and arranging medical facilities. Now, Preity Zinta who is supporting her IPL team Kings XI Punjab has also penned a note on the current situation and shared a strong message with her fans.
Preity Zinta wrote while sharing a mask on selfie on Instagram that reads, "These are tough times for everyone. A lot of our friends, families & fellow Indians are devastated by this pandemic. We all must try in our individual capacity to help out by making a difference financially, emotionally & mentally. Part of this is being socially responsible by wearing masks, following all the COVID protocols & being more sensitive & compassionate towards others. I’m not home but I’m grateful that I’m safe & I sincerely hope being part of the IPL, we can keep people safe at home by providing them some relief & something to look forward to in these trying times. Hold on folks, this too shall pass. It has to pass. We will ride this out together ?? Love & prayers to all."
Recently, some cricketers have pulled out their names from the ongoing season of IPL. Kane Richardson, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Marsh, Josh Philippe, Liam Livingstone, R Ashwin opted out from the series due to a spike in the COVID-19 cases in the country.