India is currently facing one of the worst COVID-19 situations now with medical resources and infrastructure falling apart. The second wave is far deadlier than the first and our healthcare infrastructure is under a lot of pressure. Individuals, as well as organisations, are trying to support the needs of the many affected by COVID as best as they can. Even plenty of stars are endlessly sharing relevant information about oxygen cylinders, plasma and more. Similarly, joining the bandwagon, actor Alia Bhatt took to her Instagram account to share a piece of important information regarding the dark times. After her return from the Maldives, Alia offered to help the needy with relevant information.
Alia shared a note, asserting that she will be amplifying the relevant information for people the best way they can. “It is a time of great uncertainty. Infrastructure and information are the need of the hour. We are limited in terms of what we can do for infrastructure. But we can do our bit to identify and amplify relevant information,” her note read. The actor further stated that she is glad to be working with a journalist who is helping her to identify the information and to amplify whatever best way they can. Alia concluded her note by saying it’s ‘Circle of Hope’ as she wrote, “We hope this helps. Take care. Stay safe.”
The Kalank actor also shared a bunch of helpline numbers on her feed, captioning, "#Mumbai Important numbers, please save the relevant ones and do share this with people in need. #CircleOfHope *These numbers were verified on 25th April, 2021."
Meanwhile, just recently, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor returned from the Maldives and were captured at the Mumbai International Airport. Bhatt was seen wearing a white t-shirt with denim shorts along with a military jacket whereas Ranbir sported a grey t-shirt and jeans along with white sneakers and cap. ALSO READ: As Alia Bhatt-Ranbir Kapoor, Tiger Shroff-Disha Patani, And Others Return From Vacay, Maldives Shuts Gates For Tourists; Deets HERE
Image source: Instagram/ aliaabhatt
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