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The Indian-Americal songwriter cum singer, Svetha Yellapragada Rao a.k.a Raja Kumari turned online to release her new single after her ‘secret gigs’ shows in Delhi and Mumbai got cancelled due to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus. With events getting cancelled all over the world, the internet is evolving as the alternative space for many conferences, art and music showcases.
After the postpone of the Indian Fashion Week that was scheduled from 11th-15th March in Delhi, designer Nida Mahmood created a buzz by unveiling her new collection through the web. Also, a ‘video travel and music’ by DJ Sumit Sethi was scheduled to be released at a club in the capital, but now it will be rolled out on YouTube.
Even the Woman’s Day Marathon, Run for Her, which was supposed to start off from Chanakyapuri on 8th March, was converted into a virtual run. Participants were challenged to put on their race kits, hit the roads, do exercises, and take a short video or a selfie and post it on social media with the hashtag #RunForHer.
The Korean K-pop band Bangton Boys ( BTS) too, live-streamed a conference from an empty room to promote their new album, in which they also urged their fans to take care of themselves.
A healthy body is the key to a happy mind. While it’s highly advisable to stay indoors to safeguard yourself from the epidemic, these online events can cheer your moods up, keeping your woes at bae.
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