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Bollywood Celebs & Major Corporates Who Supported PM CARES

| Published on April 3, 2020

In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, PM Narendra Modi created his PM Cares funding project that is requesting donations from everyone in the country to help those in need. Among the donators, Bollywood celebrities like Alia Bhatt, Aayushman Khurana, Madhuri Dixit etc donated plenty to support his cause. Tata Motors, Coal India and others contributed to the funding program.

The Prime Minister conveyed his gratitude through tweets on Twitter. Even his mother, Heeraben Modi, donated Rs. 25,000 from her own savings to the PM Cares fund.

Fortunately for India, these weren’t the only ones supporting his cause. People from every sphere of life donated their part to help India fight through the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Dalai Lama said, “As a token of my sympathy and support, I am making a donation from Dalia Lama Trust to the PM CARES Fund set up to provide relief during crises such as this,”

Employees from the biggest Public Sector Bank, SBI (State Bank of India) pledged two days worth of their salaries to donate to the PM Cares fund. The total amount has reached Rs. 100 crores.

Amond the investors, we also have India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani, donating Rs. 500 crores ($66.4 million) for this fund through his company Reliance Industries. Many other celebrities from the Bollywood fraternity arrived to show their support for the PM’s cause.

Anushka Sharma

Kartika Aaryan

Bhushan Kumar


Twinkle Khanna

Even people from the Sports industry joined hands in supporting the PM Cares funding.

Suresh Raina

The Prime Minister got the support from the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, as he pledged one month of his salary to help those in need during the coronavirus.

Other organisations, Indian associations and different brands have donated funds or started their own campaigns to generate money to support the PM Cares fund in the wake of the coronavirus.

Airports Authority of India

IAS Association

Kashyap Kadagattur

Motilal Oswal


Have you done your part in donating for a safer India to pass through the coronavirus?

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