Shah Rukh Khan shares a sun-kissed selfie with a message about hope
Stay Safe. Stay Distant": Shah Rukh Khan's Coronavirus Message Comes With A Stunning Sun-Kissed Selfie
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan is in news all thanks to his initiatives and the donations he made to combat COVID-19 in India. The actor is once again trending all thanks to his recent post shared on social media. King Khan took to his social media profile and not only shared some words of encouragement but also a sun-kissed selfie of himself.
Sharing a selfie of himself, the Badshah wrote a thoughtful caption: “I believe this moment in our lives will finally be a memory of when we had all the time on our hands and our loved ones in our arms. Here’s wishing this for everyone.”
I believe this moment in our lives will finally b a memory of when v had all the time on our hands & our loved ones in our arms. Here’s wishing this for every1. Stay Safe.Stay Distant.Stay Healthy. PS:The selfie has nothing to do with the msg, thot I look good, so I sneaked it in pic.twitter.com/2KjJnAMFTS
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) April 5, 2020
Adding to his caption the star added, “the selfie has nothing to do with the message, thought I look good, so I sneaked it in.”
In another post shared by Red Chillies Entertainment, Shah Rukh Khan asked people to stay kind to each other and support each other in the testing times amid coronavirus crisis.
— Red Chillies Entertainment (@RedChilliesEnt) April 5, 2020
The Padma Shri awardee along with his wife Gauri Khan offered their personal office space in Mumbai for quarantine purposes for children, elderly and women. The 54-year-old actor also pledged his donation to four relief funds including Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund (PM-CARES), Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, Ek Saath – The Earth Foundation and Roti Foundation. SRK, who is also the Brand Ambassador of West Bengal, announced several initiatives that include supporting the healthcare providers of West Bengal and Maharashtra and the daily wage workers in Delhi and providing a monthly stipend to over 100 acid attack survivors.