Zack Snyder Extends His Support To Coronavirus Relief In Delhi, Joins Hands With Huma Qureshi Who Aims To Set Up A Temporary Hospital In The Capital

Huma Qureshi’s initiative to launch a 100-bed hospital in Delhi gets supported by Zack Snyder

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Zack Snyder Extends His Support To Coronavirus Relief In Delhi, Joins Hands With Huma Qureshi Who Aims To Set Up A Temporary Hospital In The Capital
American filmmaker and screenwriter Zack Snyder extends his support towards Save The Children organization. This move was made by the international artiste after actress Huma Qureshi pledged to support the said organization to help India fight COVID-19 pandemic. This organization is working towards making a temporary hospital in Delhi with 100 beds and an oxygen plant. Zack Snyder supporting this organization has also requested his fans to support the cause. So far Huma has managed to gather around Rs. 7 Lakh for the organization. 

Supporting the Bell Bottom actress’ request, he tweeted, “I’ve joined hands with Save The Children to help Delhi fight the pandemic. They are working to build a temporary hospital facility in Delhi with 100 beds along with an oxygen plant. Please support #BreathofLife @humasqureshi” Huma Qureshi urging people to support the organization Tweeted, “I’ve joined hands with @stc_india help Delhi fight the pandemic.We are working to build a temporary hospital facility in Delhi, that will have a 100 beds along with an oxygen plant. Please support us #BreathofLife”

Check out their Tweets below-


On the work front the actress will be seen in Bell Bottom; while makers clarified the rumours of having no plans to release the movie on the OTT platform, Huma also wants to see the movie release on the big screen. 

Meanwhile, she is delighted to play Rabri Devi in the web series, Maharani, in an exclusive conversation with us she said, “It's not often that you get to portray a character that lets you explore so many layers as a performer. Rani Bharti has been a delight to play.”





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