After providing Juhu resort for lodging, Sonu Sood initiates meals donation drive amid COVID-19 pandemic

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Sonu Sood initiates a meals donation drive in Mumbai& 

In the wake of the coronavirus outspread, a number of outstanding Bollywood celebrities together with Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Anushka Sharma, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have pledged donations and lent serving to arms to those in want. Bollywood actor Sonu Sood, too, has gone the additional mile to assist those affected. 

After providing his Juhu resort for the lodging of healthcare professionals, who’re main the struggle in opposition to COVID-19, the actor has reportedly tied up with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for a meals donation drive. The actor has been serving to over 45,000 folks with meals at specified venues within the western suburbs of Mumbai together with Andheri, Jogeshwari, Bandra and Juhu. 

In an interplay with Mid-day, the actor defined the thought behind his initiative Shakti Annadanam and shared that whereas many individuals are blessed to have meals and shelter in these making an attempt instances, lots of people haven’t had correct meals in days. The actor has been quoted saying, “To help them, I’ve started a special food and ration drive, Shakti Annadanam, which is named after my father. I hope I am able to help as many people as possible.”

Over two days in the past, the actor had introduced his determination of opening the doorways of his Juhu resort in a bid to assist the healthcare professionals. Part of his assertion had learn, “In the tough times that we have been living & to support the national heroes who have been working tirelessly day & night, I open my hotel in Juhu for all the healthcare workers.”

The actor additionally urged different residents to assist in no matter capability they will amid the COVID-19 pandemic that has hit the nation. Meanwhile, Shah Rukh, too, has been within the limelight for his donation to assist medical professionals, first-line responders and those affected amid the lockdown. 

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