Hrithik Roshan comes forward to donate masks for frontline warriors amid the COVID crisis
ByFunAsia 13 Jun 2021 09:28 AM 79

Amid emergencies, individuals look for their on-screen heroes to come forward and help in a crisis. This Covid pandemic has left individuals attempting to endure. In any case, in this season of misery, numerous celebs have approached holding hands with average folks to assist them with the vital things expected to battle the pandemic. Hrithik Roshan is among those Bollywood stars who have been making steady commitments amid the COVID-19 emergency.

Presently, the genius has made a critical commitment by providing masks to an establishment working for individuals out of luck. Masks are fundamental for the front-line workers like the workers at the sanitization station, specialists, nurses, and even residents from the underprivileged areas of the general public.

Hrithik also acted as the hero of his kindred individuals from the Cine and TV Artistes' Association (CINTAA). He gave Rs 20 lakh to the affiliation and parted with proportion packs that assisted upwards of 5,000 individuals beneath the destitution line.

During the primary rush of COVID-19, the commended entertainer had approached giving an amount of 25 Lakh towards CINTAA, assisting upwards of 4,000 everyday wage specialists and their families.

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From contributing towards protecting the wellbeing and security of the cutting-edge fighters by working with the conveyance of hand sanitizers to Mumbai Police to obtaining Oxygen Cylinders and concentrators for COVID-19 patients, Hrithik has been seen putting forth persistent attempts to expand his assistance during these phenomenal occasions.

Not only Hrithik, tons of celebs approached to help the everyday breadwinners as of now. Anushka Sharma-Virat Kohli, Priyanka Chopra-Nick Jonas, Akshay Kumar-Twinkle Khanna, Salman Khan, among others, fund-raised and added to aiding the business tackle the testing times.

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