Bollywood actor Rhea Chakraborty has also extended helping hands to covid-19 patients. Just like everyone else has been doing their bit to spread positivity during this crucial time. Recently, Rhea took to her Instagram and penned down a heart filled message revealing that the human race was divided, but in the face of adversity, they united and turned into human beings again.
The actress wrote, “It fills my heart to see how we are standing together in this crisis that will go down in history, but what really will go down in history is that the human race was divided, but in the face of adversity they united and turned into human beings again..and helped each other, lifted each other, didn’t judge, didn’t hate, fought together and won together… and just like that Humanity was restored and we saved the world. Keeping the faith With Love Rhea,”
Rhea Chakraborty recently lost her uncle, Col S Suresh Kumar to covid-19. The actress also took to her Instagram and shared the sad news. She also praised him for being a wonderful person, a loving father and a loyal officer. She also said that the virus doesn’t seem good or bad. She wanted us to unite and fight against the covid pandemic.
On the work front, Rhea was seen in a romantic drama titled Jalebi with Varun Mitra and Digangana Suryavanshi. The actress will next be seen in Rumi Jafry’s upcoming directorial Chehre. The thriller of the movie also stars Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi, Annu Kapoor, Siddhanth Kapoor and Krystle Dsouza.
The current situation of covid has infected many people’s lives. The number of covid-19 positive cases has been increasing day by day. India is witnessing a devasting wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. As many as 3,82,315 new covid-19 cases were reported across the country, taking the total active cases to 34,87,229.