Indian actress thanks Vietnam's host for his fundraising for India’s fight against Covid-19
|The Bollywood actress was also moved to hear MC Dai Nghia call on donors in Vietnam to raise VND 2 billion to help the people of India.|
MC Dai Nghia, a celebrity in Vietnamese showbiz who is well-known for both of his talent and strong commitment to helping disadvantaged communities, stood out to call on everyone to join hands to donate to help poor people in India following the rapid resurgence of Covid-19 in the country.
After just a few days of calling, Dai Nghia's account received more than VND 2 billion (USD 86.800). All this money has been used to buy food and sent to the poor through a Buddhist charity organization.
The number of people infected with Covid-19 in India is currently over 23 million and the number of deaths is more than 250,000. The activitie of raising aid…has touched people inside and outside India.
Avika Gor, the famous actress of the “8 year old bride”, recently has opened up about the pandemic situation in India and thanked MC Dai Nghia and the people of Vietnam.
"It really is a noble gesture. The hearts of MC Dai Nghia and philanthropists have helped to express the core value of the spirit of mutual love between people and people, even if we have never met. I am very proud to have had the opportunity to speak to you and to know that you are also trying to do your part to change the current situation. Many Thanks!”, shared Avika Gor shared during an interview with the newspaper Hindustan Times.
|The food bought by money raised by MC Dai Nghia, give to the poor in Vashali, Bihar, India. Source: MC Dai Nghia's Facebook page|
|Avika Gor became famous after playing the role of Anandi (childhood) in the hit Indian TV series – The 8 year old bride.|
Avika Gor, born in 1997, became famous after playing the role of Anandi (childhood) in the hit Indian TV series – The 8 year old bride. She is loved by the Vietnamese audience even when she participates in the film The Bridesmaids’ War.
In the severe epidemic of Covid-19 in India, the actress spoke out and called on everyone to raise their awareness of the prevention and protection of themselves and their loved ones. Avika said the Covid-19 killed her grandfather. India’s health system is overwhelmed and everyone should now help each other through the epidemic.
Avika Gor's grandfather has passed away, and her father and grandmother also received positive results.
Avika urges everyone to act responsibly and understand the current plague: “Everyone, unite and do your best, do whatever you can. We need that most of the time. ”It is sad to see the situation in our country at this point. But let’s look at the warm gesture so many people try to support those around them.”
The 24-year-old actress also shared the importance of the plasma and vaccine donation at the time./.
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