New Delhi: Amid the second wave of coronovirus, veteran actor Anupam Kher on Saturday donated oxygen concentrator and BIPAP machines to BMC for relief work during the health crisis. The actor shared the news on his Instagram handle with Dan’s photos and video.
In the caption he wrote, “We are a small contribution of 5 Resmed #Bipap machines and 5 #OxygenConcentrators in #ProjectHealIndia and #AnupamKherFoundation to @my_bmc for their selfless #CoronaWarriors !! @anupamkherfoundation @AshTewariMD @BharatOurBit #Doing #Doing #Doing Stay strongindia. ”
The current situation of India facing an epidemic is a major concern because our country is being helped by the whole world. Mumbai is also facing this crisis because good Samaritan people can help in any way and NGOs are doing their best to get medical help for those who need it.
The Anupam Kher Foundation, in collaboration with Dr. Ashutosh Tiwari (Global Cancer Foundation, USA) and Baba Kalyani, (Bharat Forge, India) has recently launched an initiative called ‘Project Heal India’.
Through the project, the organization aims to provide critical life-saving equipment and other life-saving equipment to medical institutions and hospitals across India. The agenda of the organization is to ensure that assistance is provided wherever necessary and with prompt action. ‘Project Heal India’, under its first phase of operations, has launched various donations to various medical institutions in the country and aims to reach more institutions. further support.
The second wave of coronavirus has infected many people, and the number of COVID-19 positive cases is increasing rapidly. In Bollywood too, many celebrities like Kangana Ranaut, Aamir Khan, Vicky Kaushal got infected within a few weeks.
With a total of 3,26,098 new COVID-19 cases reported in the last 24 hours, the cumulative number of cases in the country reached 2,43,72,907, informed the Union Ministry of Health. After 3,890 deaths in the last 24 hours, the number of people dying from this disease has increased to 2,66,207. There are currently 36,73,802 active cases in the country.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Anupam won the Best Actor Award at the New York City International Film Festival for his short film ‘Happy Birthday’, adding a feather to his cap. The film also won the Best Short Film Award at the prestigious Film Festival. ‘Happy Birthday’ marked the second collaboration of Anupam and Ahana Kumra after starring in the 2019 critically acclaimed film ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’. Apart from ‘Happy Birthday’, Anupam has several other projects in the pipeline including ‘The Last Show’, ‘Mungilal Rocks’ and ‘The Kashmir Files’.