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Milind Soman, who recently stepped out of his house to buy some groceries, shared his experience in his latest Instagram post. The actor looks impressed with the sense of civic mindedness among vendors as well as the customers. He said it seems like the beginning of a big change, a new social order which will take over the world in the coming years.

Milind shared a selfie in which he could be seen wearing a mask

Milind shared a selfie in which he could be seen wearing a mask
In This Image: Milind Soman
Milind shared a selfie in which he could be seen wearing a mask, along with multiple pictures of empty Mumbai streets. Sharing his experience from his recent outing, he said, “Went out to the market for the first time yesterday. No cars. People in masks. Very very quiet. Feel fortunate to get a few fresh vegetables that were available just a few hundred meters from home. In the situation we are in today, so many people have so much less.”
 

I have never seen such orderly queues or the kind of civic mindedness that I see today: Milind Soman

I have never seen such orderly queues or the kind of civic mindedness that I see today: Milind Soman
In This Image: Milind Soman
In his post, Milind stated that the people have been following the necessary protocols and have been equally adept at maintaining social distance. "Things in the market were well organized, the few people on the street were maintaining distance from each other outside shops and in front of the few vegetable and fruit vendors. I have never seen such orderly queues or the kind of civic mindedness that I see today."

The actor and writer wrote that Coronavirus does not see religion and also does not care about boundaries

The actor and writer wrote that Coronavirus does not see religion and also does not care about boundaries
In This Image: Milind Soman
Milind Soman did not take any time to reply to the fan's comment. The actor and writer wrote that Coronavirus does not see religion and also does not care about boundaries. On the work front, Milind Soman was last seen as one of the judges on the television reality show MTV Supermodel Of The Year, alongside Malaika Arora and fashion designer Masaba Gupta. He became a household name after featuring in Alisha Chinai's 1995 music video Made In India. Milind has featured in films like Chef, Bajirao Mastani and 16th December among many others.