Suniel Shetty was not so been on the list of the most desirable actor since his career in 90s. But now he got to be a real-life hero by giving free medicine to those affected by COVID-19.
After the actor has associated himself with proving medicines to COVID-19 patients he was in the news and social media all around. While publicizing his work, he writes, “There is no power for change, greater than a community discovering what it cares about.” Delighted to be a part of “Dawa Bhi Dua Bhi”, an initiative @BDRPharma, my team @FTCTalent and I have taken up, to ensure that the right medications reach the people in need. If you or any of your family members are in need of medicines, and are facing problems in procuring them, don’t worry. Me and BDR Pharmaceuticals will try our best to get those medicines to you. This is the time to help one another and to hold each other’s hands.”
He posted a video prior to it giving details of him providing oxygen concentrators and helping the Dhabawalls who could not their livelihood due to lockdown in Mumbai.
We have witnessed his work in the Hera Pheri series, Main Hoon Na. Recently he was in a Malayalam movie, Marakkar: Lion of the Arabian Sea.