Check out which ones of your favourite TV stars is spearheading the Covid-19 cause.
The hunk who is loved for being the onscreen Lord Ram, is doing his best to help people in this crisis. The actor has travelled to cities like Patna, Lucknow, Dehradun and of late, Nagpur to see the requirements of COVID-19 hospitals. He, along with a team, is looking into requirements for Remdesivir, Oxygen beds, ventilators and so on. Gurmeet Chaudhary plans to build two hospitals in Patna and Lucknow for the common man.
The Jamai Raja actor is supporting the Find A Bed initiative, which is to help the common man locate a bed for the patient. He is the cause ambassador of the same.
around 1000 oxygen beds will b available at Radha Soami Satsang, Beas Delhi from Sun 25th April.if anyone requires their services, they can reach out to them
Radha Soami Satsang -Beas,
Bhati Mines, Chhatarpur, Nr Sawan public school
Qutub Minar road, Delhi
Phone: 011 26654913-17
— Surbhi Chandna (@SurbhiChandna) April 24, 2021
Surbhi Chandna has been amplifying every tweet from a patient’s family in need of medical services relating to COVID-19. She has been spreading awareness messages and trying to keep up everyone’s spirits.
Dr Ashish Gokhale
A qualified MBBS, Dr Ashish Gokhale has worked in Tara From Satara and Kumkum Bhagya. During the pandemic, he quit his shows and took a break from being an actor and got back to being a doctor. He is treating patients 24×7. Saving people is his priority right now.
A socially conscious actor, Nakuul Mehta has been spreading awareness, information and amplifying need for help in these times. He has also been sharply critical of the mishandling of the second wave. He is also sharing information on NGOs involved in relief programmes.
The hunk is giving full support to Mission Oxygen. He is a part of a fund-raising event for the cause. With many in India struggling to breathe, this is a great initiative.
He is now in South Africa for Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 but the actor is promoting establishments serving food to covid patients or families dealing with the crisis.