Bollywood celebs are coming forward to contribute within the battle towards Covid-19 pandemic. After Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma, Sonu Sood and plenty of others, Varun Dhawan and Shilpa Shetty have discovered a novel approach to pay tribute to Covid-19 frontline employees. On Saturday, Shilpa Shetty took to Instagram to drop a reel that includes Harsh Upadhyay’s composition ‘Lad Lenge.’
The actor, dedicating the track to the frontline employees, wrote, “This is for our frontline workers who are the true champions and need all our love & support. Let’s sweat it out for our heroes who don their PPE kits and fight even with dehydration every day!” Shilpa’s video exhibits her figuring out. We additionally see her figuring out together with her son Viaan Raj Kundra. She nominated Varun Dhawan to drop his model of the track. Later within the day, Varun shared a video by which he was seen acting on the track, sung by Divya Kumar. Varun knowledgeable his followers, “For every reel of yours we will donate instant electrolytes to our front line workers.” Varun nominated Bosco Martis, Remo D’souza, Ganesh Acharya, Dharmesh and others.
Anupam Kher knowledgeable his followers that through his basis, he made a small contribution in direction of Covid-19 reduction work in Mumbai. On Friday, the actor went stay on Instagram and requested for his followers’ assist. “In times like these, social media can be of great help! One ‘Follow and Share’ can help save a life. So we humbly request you, to support us by simply following and sharing our page @anupamkherfoundation,” he knowledgeable.
Actor Amrita Rao and husband Anmol additionally knowledgeable their followers that on their marriage ceremony anniversary, the couple is committing to donate oxygen cylinders to folks in want. “We urge All of you to convert your good wishes into some service to the Society & to the Nation. Since the last month we have already been working with our @oxygenarmy1 (in Mumbai) withtremendous support from many of you generous donors …and we pledge to continue so,” she wrote.