Vikas Gupta Feeds Kids As He Joins In #FeedFood4SSR Tribute; Sushant Singh Rajput's Sister Shweta Says: 'Bhai Must Be So Happy'

SSR’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti thanked all those who participated in #FeedFood4SSR campaign. Vikas Gupta too joined in and surprised underprivileged kids by providing food and playing with them

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Vikas Gupta Feeds Kids As He Joins In #FeedFood4SSR Tribute; Sushant Singh Rajput's Sister Shweta Says: 'Bhai Must Be So Happy'
Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput passed away nearly three months ago, and his industry colleagues and family have paid their tribute by fulfilling some of wishes of the late actor. While the family demands justice in the actor’s death case with CBI inquiry currently underway, one campaign in the memory of the late actor was seen taking place recently. #FeedFood4SSR was one such campaign where food was distributed to the needy ones. Pictures of food being distributed to the orphans and children circulated on the internet with the hashtag #FeedFood4SSR. Vikas Gupta joined in too, and Sushant's sister Shweta Singh Kirti thanked all those who participated.

SSR’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti reacted and thanked all those who participated, for their kind gesture. A video was shared by Shweta and it had images and videos of the people being fed, and in her caption, Shweta wrote how Sushant must be so happy. Thanking everyone, she shared this video with the caption, “Thanks for making campaign #FeedFood4SSR a success, feeling so grateful for all the support. Bhai must be so happy!  https://youtu.be/-B6AaCu2yLE”

Meanwhile, Vikas Gupta also joined the initiative, and he surprised underprivileged kids by providing food and playing with them. Sharing a video, he captioned it,  “This Drive called #FeedFood4SSR Was called out by #SushantSinghRajput sister @shwetasinghkirti Kirti with the able support of friends and fans of SSR people across the world decided to feed & so decided to do the same and surprise the kids including #Simba here is what the kids did. And said a big thankyou to Sushant”.


Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14, 2020 at his Bandra residence. ALSO READ: Bengal Congress Backs Rhea Chakraborty As They Hit The Streets To Show Their Support For ‘Daughter Of Bengal’


Image Source: Instagram/shwetasinghkirti/lostboyjourney
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