Dreamgirl Director Turns His Office Into Covid Facility

Raj Shandilya, the writer and director of the 2019 Ayushman Khurana starrer superhit film ‘Dreamgirl’, has extended his helping hand to help the corona patients.

 

Due to shortage of beds for Corona patients in Mumbai, Raj Shandilya has decided to convert his office in Andheri (West), Mumbai to a Kovid Center and for this he has got permission from BMC.

 

Speaking to ABP News, writer and director Raj Shandilya, presently in Manali, Himachal Pradesh, said, “Corona patients are very worried about beds all over the city at the moment. Due to the fast growing Corona patients, they have a lot of places for them. There is a lot of shortage. In such a situation, I requested BMC to convert it into Kovid-19 Center, which they have accepted.

 

It is noteworthy that Raj Shandilya’s production house ‘ThinkInk Pictures’ office is located in a rented bungalow but he decided to dedicate it to the corona patients by taking permission from its owner.

 

Raj, who has made his mark by writing several episodes of ‘Comedy Circus’ and ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’, says, “Lockdowns and shooting restrictions have left many offices and places vacant at the moment, easily converted into a Kovid Center.” Can go. The people of the industry should come forward and take this kind of initiative. “

 

Earlier, giving this information on social media, Raj Shandilya wrote, “In this difficult time, Team ThinkInk Pictures has decided to turn its office into a place for Corona patients to help patients suffering from corona. Taking care of distancing, 12-15 patients can be admitted. If you or someone you know needs a bed, you should share your or their number in the inbox. We are always ready to help you. “

 

It is noteworthy that last year, Shah Rukh Khan also assigned the BMC to convert his old office in Khar to Kovid-19 Center. Apart from this, actor Sonu Sood had arranged for the stay of frontline workers at his hotel in Juhu. Director Rohit Shetty also arranged for the police to be called frontline workers to stay in some of their properties.

 

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