Akshay Kumar donates Rs 45 lakh to CINTAA daily wage workers, credited into 1500 account

Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar always wins the hearts of people with his generosity. If there are any problems on the country, Akshay Kumar is one of the stars who comes to the forefront and helps people. When the lockdown caused by Coronavirus, he donated a huge amount of Rs 25 crore to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund. Akshay Kumar agains has made donation to various casues amid the lockdown, He has contributed Rs 45 lakh to the Cine & TV Artistes Association (CINTAA). Akshay Kumar help daily wage workers who have been hit by the pandemic.

Akshay Kumar donates Rs 45 lakh to CINTAA

At the same time, by transferring money to the daily laborers' account, they have proved themselves to be real heroes and also won the hearts of the people. Akshay Kumar has contributed Rs 45 lakh to the Cine and TV Artists Association (CINTAA) to help the daily wage laborers. CINTAA's senior joint secretary Amit Bahl has confirmed this. In a recent conversation, Amit said, 'We are very grateful to Akshay for helping us in this difficult period. It was taken by actor Ayub Khan and member of the Initiative Executive Committee. He also shared Sajid Nadiadwala and Akshay Kumar via actors Javed Jaffrey.

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Amit further told that Akshay Kumar asked for a list of laborers without any delay. After this, messages of gratitude have come from 1500 daily laborers, which Akshay has helped. Akshay and producer Sajid Nadiadwala have added 3 thousand rupees to each member's account.

Akshay Kumar again Donates

Akshay Kumar had previously given Rs 25 crore to PM's relief fund for coronavirus and Rs 2 crore to the Mumbai Police foundation, and 3 Crore to the (BMC) Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to assist PPE fund to buy masks, PPE and Rapid Fire Kits in the fight against this epidemic. On National manstrual day Akshay Kumar took to his twitter handle and urged everyone to help them in providing sanitary pads to underprivileged women across Mumbai. 'A great cause needs your support. COVID doesn't stop periods, help provide sanitary pads to underprivileged women across Mumbai. Every donation counts,' he tweeted.

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