The coronavirus outbreak in India has had a huge effect on various sectors like oil and gas, automobile, aviation, agriculture, retail, etc.. We cannot ignore that there will hardly be any region that has been unaffected by this crisis. The same has been seen in India's education system. As we know that due to the coronavirus epidemic, state governments across the country have temporarily closed schools and colleges. According to the current situation, there is still confusion about when schools and colleges will open. In view of this, the country's Education Ministry suggested the provision of online education. This led to a lot of good results. But there is one thing about which nobody noticed that sitting continuously in front of a laptop or smartphone for 6 -7 hours is harmful to children. This affects their eyes as well as their minds.
Bollywood actor Karan Aanand tweeted to the country's education ministry and expressed his views on this important issue. Karan Aanand while giving his opinion about the online education system said, “I’m worried and tensed, in this terrible lockdown for the children who are unable to get the right focus to Peruse their studies. Online teaching gets worse and there is nobody to talk about this. Sitting 6 to 7 hours in front of the laptop or smartphone is something we should think about, so I think online studies are much worse for any class of students. And the necessary decision should be taken. “
— karanaanand (@karanaanand) June 29, 2020
On the work front, His first Bollywood the movie was 'Gunday', followed by 'Kick', where his action scenes were much appreciated, But he truly received recognition for his spy-act in 'Baby'. Recently, he had a cameo in Madhur Bhandarkar's 'Calendar Girls'. After which he played the lead character in 'Loot', which was much appreciated. The actor has several big banner projects, which will be announced soon after the lockdown ends.