The actor has joined hands with BMC and Hinduja Hospital to set up ICU (Intensive Care Units).
As BMC commissioners, corporators and others frontline employees are working tirelessly on floor zero, around the clock to monitor the emergency companies, Devgn, too, is working in shut tandem by doing his bit. This time round, the ‘Tanhaji‘ actor and just a few of his esteemed colleagues from the movie fraternity have stepped forward and helped the BMC to set up an emergency medical unit at Mumbai’s Shivaji Park.
“It shall be an extension of Hinduja Hospital,” stated COO, Joy Chakraborty confirming that they would supply meals, linen, drugs and manpower to this emergency unit.
Lauding the ‘Singham’ actor’s efforts to assist folks amid the pandemic, native Shiv Sena corporator Vishaka Raut stated,”It is great that Ajay Devgn supported BMC.”
Local newspapers reported that BMC has transformed Bharat Scouts & Guides Hall at Shivaji Park to a 20-mattress COVID-19 facility with ventilators, oxygen help and para screens. Devgn has helped by offering funds to the group by his social service wing NY Foundations.
Sources say that apart from the ‘Ishq’ actor, filmmakers Anand Pandit, Boney Kapoor, Luv Ranjan, Rajneesh Khanuja, Leena Yadav and Ashim Bajaj; OTT giants, Sameer Nair(Applause), Deepak Dhar & Rishi Negi (Banijay Asia, Seven Tauras Entertainment Private Limited), entrepreneur Tarun Rathi and Action-Director R P Yadav have reportedly made a contribution of over Rs.1 crore to the ‘Smiley Account’ which is the enterprise improvement cell of the BMC.