Amitabh Bachchan Kovid caller tune replaced with new vaccine

Amitabh Bachchan Coronovirus Caller Tune lists the security measures before the call is connected.

new Delhi:

The first dose of COVID-19 vaccines has been given two days before the announcement of the Coronaires Public Service, voiced by superstar Amitabh Bachchan, begins on Thursday, replacing the ringing new one before phone calls are connected.

Caller Tune listing the safety measures for the epidemic faced increasing outrage, as the epidemic dragged on every time a phone call was made, with many complaining about being forced to listen. .

The new caller tune has a female voice and will be used for awareness of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign.

“The new year has brought a new ray of hope in the form of vaccines. Vaccines developed in India are safe, effective and will provide immunity,” it says.

This message appeals to the public to have faith in Indian vaccines and not to believe in rumors. It urges people to continue the COVID-19 precautions despite introducing vaccination using Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s new slogan.Dawai said, Kadai Bai (Both medicine and caution) ”.

This government-backed vaccine comes amid concerns about covaxine, which has not yet completed Phase 3 trials and is yet to be manufactured by the Serum Institute of India, along with Kovishield of Oxford University-AstraZeneca.

According to news agency PTI, Mr. Bachchan filed a PIL in the Delhi High Court earlier this month giving an example of impatience with the campaign.


The petition filed by the Delhi resident stated that the government retained Mr. Bachchan to spread awareness about preventive measures to fight COVID-19 even if the superstar himself as well as other members of his family were infected Have gone

The petition urges the court to direct the government to announce in place of the famous coronovirus warriors who were willing to offer their services for free.

Before Mr. Bachchan, the Coronovirus caller tune introduced last year featured voiceover artist Jasleen Bhalla.

Earlier, in March, the government set out to carry even more controversial caller tunes to telecom operators, which began with a coughing sound that frightened many callers. It was replaced shortly thereafter.



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