Raashii Khanna with her initiative #BeTheMiracle urges people to come forward and help amid lockdown
India is facing the worst health crisis of all time. With each passing day, the COVID-19 keep bringing newer problems to the forefront. In this difficult time, it is necessary for us to come forward and help as much as possible. Actor Raashii Khanna has swung into action to help the poor families who are worst affected by the lockdown.
She has been actively working to help people in need during the ongoing crisis. Raashii’s initiative #BeTheMiracle has taken up the initiative to distribute food to the needy. She has been working tirelessly during the covid times helping the ones who have lost their livelihoods. Raashii has not really concentrated on speaking aloud about it because she prefers to work in silence. However, after being pushed by her family and friends, she has decided to speak about it, to encourage like-minded and kind-hearted people to come forward and help those who need help in this pandemic.
With #BeTheMiracle Raashii is associating with organisations like Roti Bank and many other volunteers who are also helping animals that have been left out with no food or water especially during the lockdown and some old age homes. After working on the ground she has realised that the donations from family and friends are not enough. They were just a drop in the ocean. Her team has documented a video showing the ground reality hoping that it will encourage people to come forward and help.
Talking about the initiative, Raashii Khanna shares, “The ground reality of people suffering through the pandemic is heartbreaking. #BeTheMiracle is my way of doing as much as I can for them. I am also blessed with a team that is brave enough to step out during the pandemic just to bring to you the reality of peoples’ suffering. It’s really bad out there for a lot of families and some of them are literally on the brink of starvation.
I would really want people to open their hearts and donate because literally, every bit counts. It doesn’t have to be an exorbitant amount. We have to realise that we are all in this together and only together can we overcome these difficult times. And together we can be a miracle in someone’s life.”