The coronavirus outbreak in the country has been a major concern. Everyone has been left with no work and many have been struggling. People have been going through depression as they do not have any money left. Mumbai’s dabbawalas have been the most important parts of our lives. They help us taste homemade food while we are at work. They are the ones who feed us all but today, even they have been struggling for food. Hence Sanjay Dutt and Suniel Shetty have turned angels for them. Both the actors in coordination with Aslam Shaikh, cabinet minister for Textiles, Port, Fisheries & & Guardian Minister-Mumbai City, have come forward to help Mumbai’s famous dabbawalas. As per reports in Mumbai Mirror, Sanjay Dutt, Suniel Shetty and the minister have been providing food to affected families.
Suniel Shetty said, “It’s an initiative started by Aslam Bhai and Sanju, I had no hesitation in joining hands with them. Prema Cha Dabba becomes even more beautiful when everyone gets together.” Suniel Shetty told Mumbai Mirror that food trucks have already been sent to Pune, where a bulk of these dabbawalas have camped themselves. The report also says that that so far 800 kits of rice, dal, sugar, atta and oil have been delivered to Khed and Malval. An NGO named Save The Children India has been active in the area. Suniel Shetty said that they intend to reach 5000 families.
Sanjay will be seen next in Mahesh Bhatt’s directorial comeback Sadak 2, which also stars Pooja Bhatt, Alia Bhatt, and Aditya Roy Kapur. He will also feature in Ajay Devgn’s war drama Bhuj: The Pride of India.