Suniel Shetty joins the cause to donate free oxygen concentrators

After Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan and Sonu Sood, now Sunil Shetty has come forward to help people.

The second wave of covid is striking very badly in India. The daily caseload increases every day with record-breaking death tolls as compared to last year. More than 3 lakh cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. Many states are going out of covid resources like ICU beds and adequate oxygen supply. The government is continuously encouraging citizens to get vaccinated and adhere to all the covid protocols to safeguard themselves from the deadly virus.

Amid this difficult period, many Bollywood and TV stars are coming forward to help. After Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, and Sonu Sood, now Sunil Shetty has come forward to help people. Actors have joined the campaign to provide free oxygen concentrators and Sunil has shared this information on social media.

Sunil wrote, “we are going through some testing times but a ray of hope in this is the way our people have joined hands to help each other. I am grateful to be a part of this initiative along with @FeedMyCity1 an initiative of #KVNFoundation to provide free oxygen concentrators. This is an appeal to all my friends and fans. DM me if you need help, if you know someone who needs help, or if you want to contribute and be a part of this mission. Please amplify this as much as you can and help us help them. Currently operating in #Mumbai and #Bangalore”.


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Recently, Akshay Kumar and his wife Twinkle Khanna have donated 100 oxygen concentrators. At the same time, Salman had sent 5000 food packets for police officers, BMC staff, and health workers. Salman first checked the quality of the food himself and then sent the food packets.

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