MUMBAI: The world has come to a standstill after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day nationwide lockdown to fight the coronavirus outbreak, but there’s no stopping FM radio. It’s a medium that reaches out to the maximum number of homes, where people eagerly tune in to the comforting voice of radio jockeys — or RJs as we popularly call them — as they search for assurance and hope.
As the entire nation works from home in the time of pandemic, the radio jockeys too are staying in but keeping their job of entertaining their listeners first and working round the clock for content.
RJ Mallishka, who is popularly known as Mumbai Ki Rani, has been working from home for the past one week.
“We realised that we may not just put ourselves at risk but other people at risk as well because we work in little studios people are
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