People from different spheres have come forward to help the needy during the coronavirus pandemic. Among these people are the superstar Shah Rukh Khan and his wife Gauri Khan.
The couple in a kind gesture recently offered their four-story office building to BMC to be used as a quarantine facility and it’s ready now. Gauri Khan personally shared a video of the same. And for your convenience, we have screenshotted it to give you a whole glimpse of the facility. Have a look:
“Gauri Khan Designs refurbished this office. A quarantine zone providing essentials and services to those in need. We must stand together and stand strong in this fight against COVID-19,” Meer Foundation captioned the video while sharing it.
Later Gauri Khan reshared the video and wrote, “Making space for each other. Meer Foundation has effectively transformed the 4-storey private office building, offered by Gauri and Shah Rukh, into quarantine quarters under BMC’s guidance. In this fight, we stand together stronger than ever before.”
Besides the office space, SRK has also provided 25,000 Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) kits to the health care workers.
The 54-year-old has also contributed 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.
Here is the video that Gauri Khan shared.