May 07 : While India is battling the grave situation of the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bollywood celebs are doing their best to work towards the relief work. Several actors as well as filmmakers and production houses are helping people in any way possible. While Aditya Chopra of the Yash Raj Films has written to the government and offered to vaccinate about 30,000 daily workers of the Hindi film industry, now, Karan Johar of Dharma Productions has joined hands with Yuvaa to amplify resources amidst the pandemic.
Taking to Twitter, Dharma Productions said in a statement that they have joined hands with Yuvaa to amplify their efforts in helping the community with resources. While the country has been significantly impacted by COVID-l9, the production house will use all its platforms to help people with verified information and receive resources pertaining to vaccination processes and mental health. The production house said it will help the community in any way possible.
In another Twitter post, Dharma Productions said, “In case you have any questions, doubts or need help regarding the vaccination process in India or any mental health issue you would like to seek help for - Team Yuvaa and us will do our best to cater to the same. If you require any other SOS help, please reach out to Yuvaa.”
Earlier, Salman Khan, who is gearing up for the release of Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, pledged a part of the revenue from his film proceeds towards COVID-19 relief work as he took the decision on behalf of Salman Khan Films (SKF) along with the film’s co-producer-distributor Zee Enterprises.
Several other Bollywood celebs are also doing their bit and contributing to the relief work. Actor-producer John Abraham let some NGOs who are helping in relief work take over his social media handles to reach out to a wider audience. “I will be handing over my social media accounts to NGOs we have partnered with across the country and all content posted on my handles will be exclusive to help connect those affected with the resources they require,” John wrote on his Instagram handle.
Anushka Sharma did not celebrate her birthday due to the depressing times, instead, the actress said that she and her husband Virat Kohli will donate towards the COVID relief.
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