Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif on Wednesday pledged her contribution towards providing food and sanitary needs to the daily wage earners in Bhandara district of Maharashtra.
The actor, through her brand Kay Beauty, has partnered with De’Haat Foundation in their work to aid these workers hit by the nationwide lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak.
In an Instagram Story, Katrina wrote that it has been a “tough month for all of us” but it’s amazing to see the efforts people are making across to overcome this pandemic. “As we all know, there are those who are suffering greatly during this time and there are some that have suffered more than others. That is why it is very important for us at Kay Beauty to step in and show our support with another #Kare Initiative.
“We are very proud to partner with the De’Haat Foundation once again to support daily-wage earners in the Bhandara district of Maharashtra. Our contribution will go towards providing food and basic sanitary needs to families of daily-wage earners in the district,” she said.
“Stay safe everyone, remember we are in this together,” she added.
Bollywood celebrities like Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan and Akshay Kumar have come out in support of the local businesses and daily wage earners, who are facing the brunt of the on-going global threat. Recently, actor Katrina Kaif came out in support of the daily wage earners of Maharashtra and pledged her monetary support.
Following co-star Salman Khan’s footsteps, Katrina Kaif took to her Instagram handle to pledge ger support to the daily wage earners of Maharashtra and also announced her new collaboration.
Katrina Kaif, through her brand Kay Beauty, has partnered with De’Haat Foundation to aid the workers hit by the nationwide lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Taking to her Instagram handle to speak about the same, Katrina Kaif revealed that it has been a difficult month but it was amazing to see the efforts people are making to overcome this pandemic.
India’s total number of Coronavirus positive cases rise to 21393 (including 16454 active cases, 4257 cured/discharged/migrated and 681 deaths).