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Coronavirus: Anil Kapoor sings for quarantined friend Anupam Kher, says Tere Ghar Ke Saamne Ek Ghar Banaunga

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Recently, Anupam Kher returned from London and he is on self-quarantine after returning from New York on Friday. In a video shared by Kher, he tells fans how he visits Anil always when he returns from abroad. However, he couldn’t do the same this time as he has isolated himself to save others from potential coronavirus. Kher and Kapoor are neighbors.

“In normal circumstances when I return from abroad before coming to my house, I go to my neighbour & best friend @anilskapoor ‘s house. But things are different nowadays. It is important to observe the social distance. Hopefully, he will come out to show me his face soon,” he captioned his post.

Anil Kapoor said to Anupam that he can not come to his house because Sunita won’t allow him to enter. After that, he starts singing that Tere Ghar Ke Samne Ek Ghar Banaunga. The two of them are seen sharing immense love in the quarantine time and thus they call it to love in the times of social distancing.

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