Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan stressed the need for the world’s united efforts to fight Covid and called for help for their struggling homeland. This happened after the actor announced his efforts to fight against Covid and hit the media for showmanship.
Big Park Chan showed appeal by appearing in’Backs Live: Concert to Reunite the World’. The pre-recorded show went live on Saturday.
Vax Live was hosted by American singer Selena Gomez and featured stars such as Ben Affleck, Chrissy Teigen, Jimmy Kimmel, Sean Penn and David Letterman. Musicians Eddie Vedder, Foo Fighters, J Balvin, HER and Jennifer Lopez and her mom performed in front of an audience of thousands who were fully vaccinated.
Bachchan, posting on social media, mentioned the privilege of being involved in the concert and the struggle for guidance.
“Namaskar, this is Amitabh Bachchan. Our country India is fighting a sudden surge in the second wave of Corona 19. As a global citizen, I ask all global citizens to stand up, speak with governments, pharmaceutical companies, donate, donate, and expand a helping hand to the public in need. Every effort is important. As Mahatma Gandhiji said:’You can gently shake the world’. Thank you,” he said.
In a blog post posted on Saturday, the Indian star mentioned everything he and his family had done for their fight against Kovid in India. He emphasized the embarrassment he felt while promoting his efforts and the desire to do so quietly and behind the scenes. He hit media and social media users who had mistaken his silence for inactivity.
Park said he and his family are focused on what they can do for those struggling to ignore “the filth of everyday abuse and offensive speech”.
“Only the receiver knows and that’s the end,” Superstar wrote.
Later, I learned from sources other than him that Big B had donated about 20 million INR to a Covid facility in Delhi. Politician Manjinder Singh Sirsa noted the donation and appreciated the actor’s efforts.
“Amitabh Bachchan Ji has made a tremendous contribution and has worked hard to ensure that the oxygen concentrators are shipped overseas and arrive on time. He’s not a Lil’ hero, he’s a real hero,” the politician tweeted.
Several other Bollywood stars have also donated and urged their fans to help them fight Covid. Sonu Sood opened a channel called’India Fights With Covid’ on Telegram. Looking for hospitals, medicines and oxygen to poor people learning through this channel.
Celebrity couple Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna jointly donated 100 oxygen concentrators in addition to donating 10 million INR to the foundation of Indian cricketer politician Gautam Gambhir. Salman Khan runs food trucks for struggling patients and frontline healthcare workers. Actor Anhuska Sharma and her superstar cricketer husband Virat Kohli launched a fundraising campaign to help raise money to tackle the crisis in India.