Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli pledge support to fight against COVID-19

Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma on Monday announced a donation to PM Cares Fund and Maharashtra CM Relief to help the coronavirus victims. Although he did not disclose the amount, according to sources, he has donated three crore rupees to help the people suffering the pain of this epidemic. Virat and Anushka are engaged in making people aware of self-isolation. They are appealing to people to stay in the house and wash their hands frequently.

Virat Kohli & Anushka Sharma Donation

A few days ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the people for help, after which the common people including celebrities also started helping. Some players including Sourav Ganguly, Suresh Raina also donated to it. However, after the donation, Virat Kohli including BCCI also came on the target of fans. According to the news portal, a close couple of this couple told that Virat and Anushka have jointly decided to give three crores of rupees.

virat and anushka donation 

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Indian captain Virat Kohli has also broken seeing the pain of Coronavirus victims and has come forward for help. He announced the donation on Twitter. He said that he and his wife Anushka Sharma will donate to the PM Cares Fund and Maharashtra Chief Minister Raha Kosh. Kohli wrote on social media that seeing the suffering of so many people, their heart is breaking and they hope that their contribution will help in some way to reduce the pain of the citizens. 

Anushka and Virat Pledge to Donates for PM CARES

Indian cricketers are still looking back in terms of donations. Apart from Kohli, Suresh Raina, Sachin Tendulkar, Souvar Ganguly opened their chest for help, but other members of the current Indian team are also seen making tick-talk videos at home in this difficult time. Shikhar Dhawan, Yuzvendra Chahal, Rishabh Pant, Mohammed Shami and Navdeep Saini are all sharing their videos on social media, but they are lagging behind in helping the coronavirus victims.