Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan is doing her bit amidst the COVID-19 crisis. She has made it a point to help the orphaned children. The actress is raising her voice for the orphaned children who have lost their parents during the pandemic. It was only recently when Kareena shared a children’s helpline number, requesting everyone to contact the authorities when a child needs help. On Wednesday, Kareena Kapoor Khan made a new post. This time, the actress shared a shocking video featuring the problems children are facing during the pandemic.
Taking to her Instagram stories, the Good Newwz actress shared the video urging people to contact the children’s helpline number. She dropped the video and asked everyone to not share crucial and important information about children seeking help on social media. Kareena wrote, “So upsetting that the children in our country have to go through something so brutal to get their basic needs fulfilled.” The mother to two continued in another caption, “Please do not share information about children on social media. Instead, directly call the children, 1098, for any information or query.” Kareena posted a video reported by Brut India. It was captioned, “The Children in Danger during Covid” The video featured clips of how the children in the country are in danger during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Take a look at the post below:
Meanwhile, Kareena Kapoor Khan has been doing her best to help everyone with the necessary information for children. Time and again, the actress drops informative posts. Kareena Kapoor Khan is a mother of two. She and her husband, actor Saif Ali Khan welcomed their second child this year. Kareena is a mom to Taimur Ali Khan and her second, a baby boy. Also Read: Kareena Kapoor Khan Wishes Brother-In-Law Kunal Kemmu On His Birthday With A Throwback Family Pool Pic; Actress Promises To Recreate The Moment Soon
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