Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar on Thursday encouraged people to use the hashtag Dil Se to thank COVID-19 frontline workers. The Rustom actor said that people should show appreciation and signs of support for the workers combating the coronavirus. The actor, who pledged to donate Rs 25 crore in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, motivated people to express their gratitude to people who are working relentlessly during the lockdown period to ensure the citizens of the country are safe. He said let us show our gratitude as that is the least we can do. There’s an army of people working day and night to keep us safe, our families safe. Lets together say #DilSeThankYou to them because that’s the least we can do, he said. Latest Updates: Tackling the Outbreak Twitter to recall a conversation he had with a Mumbai police officer on Wednesday, who is also a good friend of the actor, and said that the conservation gave him a new insight into the situation. “Akshay, you people are scared to come out of your homes, and the irony is we are afraid to go home. We do not want to transfer any sort of disease to our family… Read full this story
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