Harshvardhan Rane says I heard some people saying ‘Hum Indians hain, humein kuchh nahi hoga’

I’m really not interested in being a part of blame games – Harshvardhan Rane

Actor Harshvardhan Rane opened up about the overconfidence people have regarding COVID-19. He also talked about the blame game and said, he has “zero interest” in such games as people are pointing out fingers at each other for the second wave of deadly Coronavirus and not even a single of them are ready to be responsible.

The actor has also shared some incidents from last year when he came across some “overconfident people” who contributed to getting things worse. 

“I remember, last year, I heard some people say, ‘Hum Indians hain, humein kuchh nahi Hoga, Hamari immunity Duniya mein sabse zyaada hai’. All those things fell flat. The obvious blame games have started, where people are pointing fingers at others,” he said.

“It’s always us versus they and them. That’s what happens whenever there’s a dispute or difference in opinion, or misery or suffering. I’m not interested in being a part of such games,” he further added.

The 37-year-old actor also shared that the middle and lower middle class went through lots of horrible things after the lockdown.

Harshvardhan said, “But just when we all we’re getting back on our feet, the second wave hit. There were many theories about it, but all have fallen flat on their faces. I usually hear these theories but don’t add anything to them, because I know they’ll turn false within a week or two.”

Recently, the actor sold his bike in exchange for oxygen concentrators to help the needy people during COVID-19. 

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