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Hollywood stars turning superheroes for India during the Covid-19 2nd wave

A look at all the Hollywood stars extending a helping hand to India in its battle against the second wave of the coronavirus, from Hugh Jackman to Robert Pattinson. Many people, including celebrities, have stepped forward to help India battle a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, whether by enhancing request for help or organising fund raisers. Hugh Jackman, Nick Jonas, Robert Pattinson, among other Hollywood stars have expressed their disappointment with the situation in India.

Many of them have contributed to Priyanka Chopra’s joint initiative with GiveIndia for this reason. Many others have highlighted the importance of donating.

Hugh Jackman

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“Support India,” he wrote alongside a poster for Priyanka’s fundraiser on Instagram Stories.

Robert Pattinson

According to Variety, the Batman actor has collaborated with the GO Campaign to raise funds for the region. “Consider GO to be a truly meaningful investment fund: they take your money and invest it in children through a vast portfolio for the best possible returns. And those heroes, with their established track records and dedication to serving children, are the common thread “he said

Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas and his wife Priyanka Chopra have teamed up to raise $1 million for India’s Covid-19 relief.

Ewan McGregor

Ewan has also teamed up with GO, urging fans to donate to the cause. In India, the GO Campaign will include personal protective equipment, emergency food, medications, pulse oximeters, and resuscitators.

Shawn Mendes

The singer contributed $50,000 to Jay Shetty, an international author and podcaster, for his charity Help India Breathe.

Camila Cabello

The singer has contributed $6,000 to the Help India Breathe campaign.

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith

They contributed $50,000 to the Help India Breathe campaign.

Ellen DeGeneres

Jay Shetty’s relief fund received $59,000 thanks to her efforts.

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