South Indian actor Arjun Goddah throws his weight behind helping COVID-19 patients in Karnataka.
According to reports, he was providing ambulance services to those in distress and also helping with final rites with those who succumbed to COVID-19 in his state. On several occasions, he personally drove an ambulance and transported patients to local hospitals.
“I have been on the road for two days and have already helped about half a dozen people by helping with the last rites. We want to ensure that we help anyone in need, regardless of where they come from or the religion they practice.” .
He added that he would dedicate himself to helping others over the next two months until the pandemic subsides.
“I am also willing to travel across town to get help. I ended up taking someone who lives in Kenjiri all the way to Whitefield to admit him to hospital. I plan to continue this help over the next two months because the current situation is really bad and I want to do my duty to people whatever Little way I can.
He has worked in popular films such as “Odeya” and “Rustum” and is a Certified Dietitian.
Other than Gowda, several actors in India including Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar, Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar have used their star power to help COVID-19 patients in India. Actor Salman Khan is spotted distributing meals to frontline workers in Mumbai.