"Let's make this life worth it by helping others"
Jacqueline Fernandez has come forward to play her part in the ongoing Covid-19 situation in India by serving meals to the vulnerable.
Many Bollywood stars are taking different approaches to help provide relief to the people of India.
Health, economy and jobs and depression are the leading issues people are facing during this second wave.
Bollywood celebrities are trying to help people either with oxygen, meals, financially or by just boosting morale.
Earlier, Jacqueline Fernandez launched a foundation called ‘You Only Live Once’.
This foundation collaborates with several NGOs who are dedicated to helping people during the pandemic.
The actress has now visited an NGO, ‘Roti Bank’, in Mumbai and helped prepare and distribute meals to vulnerable people.
Taking to Instagram, Jacqueline Fernandez shared pictures of her activities at ‘Roti Bank’ with her social media followers.
She can be seen preparing the food in the kitchen and handing out meals to those in need.
Jacqueline Fernandez also penned a note along with the pictures.
She started her message with a quote from Mother Teresa. She said:
“Mother Teresa once said, ‘Peace begins when the hungry are fed’.
“I was truly humbled and inspired to visit Mumbai ‘Roti Bank’ today, which is run by former Mumbai police commissioner Mr D Sivanandan.”
The Bollywood actress went on to praise the organisation, saying:
“Roti Bank has prepared and distributed meals to millions of hungry people till date, even during the pandemic.
“They are the perfect example of what kindness brigade aspires to do and I am honoured to be of help to them during these times.”
Jacqueline Fernandez has also urged others to step up and help those in need during this difficult time. She added:
“We only live once!
“Let’s make this life worth it by helping others in need and sharing the stories of the kindness of those around us!”
Earlier, Salman Khan had also taken the same initiative to help prepare and distribute meals to needy people.
He had set up a food truck that drove to different areas, serving meals to those in need.
Other celebrities in India are also using their influential power to either raise funds or collaborate with organisations to provide medical supplies to hospitals.
Some are even helping people to cope with mental stress and depression.