MumbaiThe havoc of Corona is increasing continuously in the country. The whole country is troubled at this time due to Corona. The whole world is struggling to deal with the corona pandemic. In such a situation, no one, be it a leader or an actor, is able to escape the havoc of Corona. Every day news of some actor being corona positive is coming out. In such a situation, the work of giving vaccine to people is being done rapidly. Bollywood celebs are trying to help people in every way possible. Celebs are helping with medicine, oxygen, food etc. Sonu Sood is constantly engaged in helping people even today. People keep pleading for help through social media and reaching their homes. Sonu Sood is also helping Corona patients in every way.
At the same time, now another actor has followed the path of Sonu Sood. This is none other than actor Shalin Bhanot. Shaleen had recently distributed ration to a sex worker. He has shared his experience during this time with the fans. Actor Shaleen Bhanot has shared a video on his Instagram. In this video, he is seen talking with a sex worker. When Shaleen went to distribute ration to the sex worker, he has shared the story with this video of his.
Shaleen said, ‘When my car reached the narrow streets of Kamathipura, the infamous area of Mumbai, I suddenly found myself feeling lonely and sad. During the second lockdown, I was confused and wanted to do something good. This era is called Kalyug and only humanity survives here. There are many people who are doing great help to the needy. Sonu Sood Bhaiya emerged as a messiah and inspired us all. When I did research in the desire to do something, I came to know how deprived our red light areas are and this goes unnoticed. I went to that area through a social worker. When I came to know that women are working even for Rs 50, I went numb there to hear.
Shaleen Bhanot further writes in this post, ‘I wanted people to come together and raise funds to help them, but as it is always said, be an example yourself. So I myself did as much as I could for them. Knowing their needs and tried to help hundred families. When I was going back from there, some women came running to me, their eyes moist. Instead of a mask, he had tied a dupatta on his face. I folded my hands seeing him and never felt so compelled before. I want you guys to come forward in this work and help them. I want you guys to advise, can we save the women of our country.’