Ajay Devgn is not only a brilliant actor but also an amazing philanthropist. The actor never fails to land his helping hand to the needy. Recently his NY Foundation conducted a mass-vaccination camp in Mumbai feeding ten thousand people. Last month Ajay’s social responsibility wing vaccinated over 1000 industry workers, media professionals, and regular people in the last month.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have lost their loved ones. The situation is worse for the economically backward classes as there was no work during the pandemic. While the crisis is far from over, continued efforts by certain individuals and institutions have helped.
The entertainment industry has been hit by the pandemic. The daily-wage workers have suffered a lot due to the crises. Film shootings ground to a halt and cinema halls are still closed.
Like many of his colleagues, Ajay Devgn took it upon himself to ensure that he could lend a helping hand to a large number of people from within and outside the film fraternity.
Besides helping the BMC set up a 20-bed ICU facility in Central Mumbai in May, on Friday, June 11, Ajay’s NY Foundation organized a vaccination camp in a Mumbai suburb.
Done with the help of a private healthcare unit, the vaccination camp ensured nearly 400-odd people got their jobs. Earlier NY Foundation did a similar but smaller exercise at another location.
Meanwhile on the work from, recently it was reported that Ajay Devgn is all set to make his OTT debut with Disney+ Hotstar’s web series Rudra: The Edge of Darkness. The makers will reportedly take the series on floors on July 21 this year.