Amid lockdown, Shah Rukh Khan has led to Covid-19 relief efforts, offering PPE kits along with his office space in Mumbai as a quarantine area. And now, since the Covid-19 tally of Kerala crossed the five-lakh mark on Wednesday, the Bollywood superstar’s NGO Meer Foundation donated 20,000 N-95 masks to the virus resistance activities in kerala state.
Reportedly, Shah Rukh Khan came to know about the state’s COVID resistance activities through celebrities Indrajith and Rajshri Deshpande. Shortly he gave a helping hand into the state through his Meer Foundation, which was formed to empower acid assault survivors and is currently also involved in COVID-19 prevention.
It might be remembered that throughout the 55th birthday of the celebrity, his Kochi based fan club called Shah Rukh Khan Fans Centre offered financial support to the needy patient at the Ernakulam General Hospital. The actor had appreciated the fans on his social media account.