Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s a lot of chaos as people are constantly struggling with hospital beds and oxygen cylinders. However, actor Kartik Aaryan thinks that the mothers who are expecting must be facing difficulty to get proper medical resources. Hence, he took to his Instagram stories to offer help to all the expectant mothers across the country who are facing difficulty in accessing medical aid. He asks them to reach out to the National Commission of India (NCW) for help. He even shared their WhatsApp number as well as email address so that it would be easy for them to contact them when required.
His humble note read, “Any expectant mother from across the country who is facing difficulty in accessing medical aid can write to @ncwindia at email@example.com or WhatsApp them at 9354954224 for assistance. Reach out, NCW is there to help you #HappyToHelp” Just like Aaryan, almost the entire film fraternity including Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Katrina Kaif, Vicky Kaushal, Priyanka Chopra and more have come out to extend their help and support to the people who are suffering the most amidst the disaster in India. On Hanuman Jayanti, the Luka Chuppi actor shared a cartoonish picture of the Lord.
In the picture, the Sanjeevani mountain is replaced by an oxygen cylinder. Considering the current situation, it looks like the Lord is carrying the cylinder for people. Sharing the picture on his photo-sharing app, Kartik wrote, “This is for all the covid warriors risking their own lives to save others Jai Bajrang Bali #HanumanJayanti.”
Meanwhile, Kartik Aaryan left Karan Johar’s production venture Dostana 2 reportedly due to creative differences with the makers. The actor will next be seen in Bhool Bhuaiyaa 2, Dhaamaka. ALSO READ: Kartik Aaryan Adds A Hilarious Punch While Promoting COVID-19 Vaccination Registration; Shares A Pic Cracking An Age-Related Joke
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