What Nagarjuna Posted After Getting His First COVID Vaccine Shot

"I urge whoever is eligible to take the vaccine," tweeted Nagarjuna

What Nagarjuna Posted After Getting His First COVID Vaccine Shot

Nagarjuna shared this image.(courtesy iamnagarjuna)

Highlights

  • Nagarjuna received first shot of the vaccine on Tuesday
  • He posted a picture on Twitter on Wednesday morning
  • "Absolutely no down time," tweeted the actor
New Delhi:

Nagarjuna, 61, posted picture of himself after getting his first COVID vaccination shot on Wednesday morning. The actor, in his tweet, urged all his fans who are "eligible," to get themselves vaccinated. Sharing his experience, Nagarjuna wrote: "Got my Covaxin jab yesterday... Absolutely no down time. I urge whoever is eligible to take the vaccine." The veteran actor signed off the post by sharing a link where people can get themselves registered for the vaccination process and he added the hashtag #Unite2FightCorona to his tweet. Nagarjuna will soon be seen in Ayan Mukerji's Brahmastra, alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor.

Read Nagarjuna's tweet here:

Meanwhile, Malayalam superstar Mohanlal  also got vaccinated earlier this month. Sharing a picture he wrote: "Took the first shot of Covid vaccine from Amrita Hospital. I thank Government of India, companies which are producing the vaccine and the medical fraternity, including hospitals, for the assistance in the vaccination drive."

This is what Mohanlal posted:

Kamal Haasan was among the first few stars to get vaccinated. "I took the coronavirus vaccine at Sri Ramachandra Hospital. Those who care not only for themselves but also for others should get vaccinated," read an excerpt from the actor's tweet.

Check out Kamal Haasan's tweet here:

Speaking of Bollywood celebrities, the actors who have so far been vaccinated include Neena Gupta, Gajraj Rao, Paresh Rawal, Hema Malini, Jeetendra and wife Shobha Kapoor, Satish Shah, Johnny Lever and Rakesh Roshan and his wife Pinkie Roshan.