Varun Dhawan who will be seen in the dance flick Street Dancer 3D next, came forward to help out a fellow dancer. The actor was informed by hip-hop dancer Kartik Raja about a young dancer named Ishaan who injured his neck very badly while dancing.

Ishaan, a dancer from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh, injured his neck while practicing a double front flip. He had to be rushed to the hospital immediately. Several dancers spread messages on their social media accounts to raise funds for his treatment. When the actor chanced upon one such post, he texted Kartik Raja to enquire about how he could help the boy. In a private chat, he wrote, "Bro, who is this boy? How can I help him? Please tell me. Please call me."

The hip hop and urban street art collective ‘totheculture’ took to their social media and wrote, “REAL HERO @varundvn Thank you for taking care of everything

This kid broke his neck few days back while he was practicing double front flip...

He got injured and was in serious need of financial support.. everyone from community started showing support and then then the real hero saw the story on @kartik_veterans feed and the rest you can see in DM screenshot would like to thank Varun Dhavan for everything he did...we need more hero's like you.. thank you everyone who supported #respect #dilse

Every one TAG VarunDhavan below and show him Love #realherovarundhavan #varundhavan”

Paritosh of totheculture confirmed that Dhawan donated Rs 5 lakh for Ishaan’s treatment. Meanwhile, on the professional front, the actor will be seen in Coolie No. 1 opposite Sara Ali Khan and they recently announced the release date on social media to be May 1, 2020. He was last seen in Kalank and post its box-office failure, even made his displeasure evident in a video wherein he said that he was hugely affected.

Image Source:- Instagram/totheculture/varundvn
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