Kerala Floods: Bollywood’s Helping hands towards victims of Kerala

Kerala flood

Kerala which is said to be “God’s own Country”. But due to the change in the nature the state is facing problems of flood. The situation of Kerala is getting worst day by day. The rain still continues and the due to this flood situation most of the people in Kerala or Kerala State has affected a lot with injuries, dead and many of people are misplaced from their houses. The Kerala flood has destroyed many houses and families. In this situation many Bollywood actors have came forward and are donating to Kerala. Many of the actors took social media account to spread the message and to help others.

Recently Sushant Singh Rajput donated Rs. 1 Crore as a Relief Fund for Kerala. Sushant donated the money on behalf of his fan. On Instagram account Sushant fan posted that he doesn’t have money but want to donate. So, Sushant replied to his comment and donated an amount on his behalf. Sushant has posted screenshot of the conversation. And after donating amount he said, “As promised my friend whatever work you wanted to do is done. You made me do this, so extremely proud of yourself.” He captioned “My Kerala” as a hashtag in his post.

 

Even Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Sunny Leone and many other actors are helping the flood victims of Kerala State by donating an amount to Government of Kerala’s Chief Minister Distress Relief Fund.

Including Rithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar, Anushka Sharma, Siddharth Malhotra, and many others actors have urged fans to help and to donate and pray for all those who are affected by the floods.

Now the condition of Kerala is better. But the people who are returning home from relief camps are finding snakes, insects and crocodiles inside their houses. Due to this flood many people lost their certificates, the home appliances like television, fridge and other electronic equipment.

Kerala has suffered a lot due to this flood. The Kerala Chief Minister has said most of the people have rescued and the search to find people will be continued.