Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has been doing his bit helping people in need through the coronavirus lockdown.
Recently, the actor has taken one more step ahead and now donates 1000 wrist bands to Mumbai Police to detect COVID-19 symptoms.
In fact, the Mumbai Police will be the first organisation in the world enabled to remotely track and manage the health of its personnel with the preventive health platform.
Akshay Kumar donates 1000 wrist bands
Akshay Kumar was the first Bollywood actor who donated Rs. 25 crore to PM Cares Fund in fight against COVID-19.
Meanwhile, Akshay was among the first film stars to contribute to various charities. In March-end, he had announced that he would be donating Rs 25 crore to the emergency fund launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to combat health contingencies like the coronavirus.
Apart from this, the actor also extended financial aid of Rs. 3 crore to BMC to assist the making of personal protection equipment, masks, and rapid testing kits.
On the work front, Akshay Kumar was busy shooting for his next film Bachchan Pandey before the outbreak of coronavirus forced the industry to stop work. Apart from this, the actor also has Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi, Bachchan Pandey, Laxmmi Bomb and Bell Bottom in his kitty.