As India passes through the dreadful second wave of Kovid-19, many Bollywood celebrities have started offering help via social media. Actors like Bhumi Pednekar, Akshay Kumar, Alia Bhatt, Katrina Kaif, Shahid Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal and Dia Mirza have been sharing information related to COVID-19 resources on their Twitter and Instagram handles.
After returning from her holiday in the Maldives, Alia Bhatt launched a ‘Circle of Hope’ with journalist Faye D’Souza to help her consolidate useful resources for Kovid-19 patients and their caregivers. On Monday, Alia shared a note on her social media platform to say that in these times, infrastructure and information is the need of the hour. His social media handles are filled with verified information on Kovid-19 resources.
Shahid Kapoor and wife Meera Rajput added information about resources such as availability of beds, medicines, free food and helpline numbers on their Instagram handles.
Bhumi Pednekar, who recently tested positive for Kovid-19, has appealed to her fans and followers to donate plasma to save the lives of patients who are serious due to infection. She is also sharing information about Kovid-19 related resources on her social media handle and is instrumental in finding hospital beds and oxygen cylinders for the needy.
Katrina Kaif, who tested negative for Kovid-19 last week, is also sharing information about Kovid-19 related resources verified by BMC of Mumbai on her Instagram.
Dia Mirza, pregnant and isolated at her home in Mumbai, has been sharing information about Kovid-19 resources and a list of immunization centers in Mumbai, ever since India reported a lack of hospital beds and oxygen in early April Started facing. She has also been sharing information about food for the needy.
Sonam Kapoor, who is in London, is sharing the list of hospitals where ICU beds are available.
While these actors are using their social media platforms, to reach out to the needy, Salman Khan is doing his job for frontline workers, who are working tirelessly to help people in these testing times. Salman is sending 5000 food packets to police personnel in Mumbai, and will send in and out in the coming days.