Global Citizens and numerous Bollywood icons are coming forward to help the people of the nation during the pandemic. Stars like Sonu Sood, Taapsee Pannu, Amitabh Bachchan and others are actively trying to help through social media and providing financial help as well. Politician Manjinder Singh Sirsa, who is the president of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management committee and also the national spokesperson for Akali Dal, last Friday revealed that filmmaker Rohit Shetty donated to Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Covid Care Facility. He thanked Rohit in his unique way on Twitter. Mr. Sirsa tweeted, “He might be a Khatron ka Khiladi on screen; but behind the scene, he is a compassionate one who cares for humanity. Thanking Rohit Shetty for donating a significant amount to our COVID Care Facility. May this service come back as multiple BLESSINGS Rohit Ji”
He might be a Khatron ka Khiladi on screen; but behind the scene he is a compassionate one who cares for humanity. Thanking Rohit Shetty for donating a Significant amount to our COVID Care Facility— Manjinder Singh Sirsa (@mssirsa) May 7, 2021
May this service come back as multiple BLESSINGS Rohit Ji 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/kKS0MrcKfd
Furthermore, Rohit urged people to be vaccinated and informed that he got his mother vaccinated recently and it’s safe. Rohit Shetty is all set to surprise his audience this april. The promotions are going to start from April 10, 2021 because his upcoming movie Sooryavansh is releasing this April on 30th. Before, the movie has been postponed twice due to the Covid 19 and the shutting down of theaters.
He revealed this through his Instagram post. He wrote on Instagram, “Dear audience & fan clubs of my actors, I know you have patiently waited a whole year for the release of SOORYAVANSHI and we couldn’t be happier to finally announce the release of our film in theatres on 30th April 2021. As you all must be aware that theatres in Maharashtra have been currently permitted to run at 50% auditorium capacity as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of Covid-19, and we support The Government of Maharashtra’s decision in doing so. However, the silver lining is that the vaccination drive is being conducted in full swing too. More than 2.5 crore people across India and more than 22 lakh people in Maharashtra have been vaccinated so far. We therefore believe that by the time our film comes out, it will be safe for you & your family to walk into a cinema hall and we also hope that the restrictions on the auditorium capacity are lifted by then. On a personal note, I urge you all to get the elders in your family vaccinated and when the time comes, to also take the vaccine yourself. I got my mother vaccinated recently and it’s safe. The promotions of our film shall begin from 10th April 2021. Stay safe. See you at the movies.”