Shah Rukh Khan’s Meer Foundation Into Quarantine Centre here’s all that it consists of yet.
Queen of Bollywood’s Badshah aka Gauri Khan shared information about their Meer Foundation being transformed into a quarantine center.
Gauri Khan and Shah Rukh Khan’s Meer Foundation was recently turned into a quarantine center. Gauri recently posted a video about all the facilities that the four-story-building provides after being converted into a quarantine center.
The video, that was originally made public by Meer Foundation, states that apart from the essential facilities, 22 beds have been installed in the center so far. This couple constantly thanked the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for helping with the transformation which would help certain patients in the weeks to come.
Sharing the video, Meer Foundation wrote,
“Making space for each other. #MeerFoundation has effectively transformed the 4-storey private office building, offered by @gaurikhan and @iamsrk, into quarantine quarters under @mybmc’s guidance. In this fight, we stand together stronger than ever before.”
Making space for each other. #MeerFoundation has effectively transformed the 4-storey private office building, offered by @gaurikhan and @iamsrk, into quarantine quarters under @mybmc's guidance. In this fight, we stand together stronger than ever before. pic.twitter.com/HBjMBp1iDG
— Meer Foundation (@MeerFoundation) April 22, 2020
Apart from that, Shah Rukh Khan has also donated in PM Cares Fund and Maharashtra CM Fund and contributed to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Healthcare Providers, Ek Saath – The Earth Foundation, Roti foundation, and Working People’s Charter. Meer Foundation, used for the quarantine center, also made donations to Support for Acid Attack survivors.
Shahrukh Khan is a critical part of Mumbai’s film city that is the state capital of Maharashtra. Unfortunately, Maharashtra is the worst-hit Indian state when it comes to coronavirus pandemic on the Indian mainland. Moreover, owing to the coronavirus lockdown that will enter its 3rd month, next Friday, the film industry all across India has suffered a huge financial loss amounting to billions of Indian Rupees and still counting.
A lot of big-budget movies like ‘83 and Sooryanvanshi are awaiting their box office release since March-end. Some filmmakers have even resorted to OTT release to deal with the situation.