India captain Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma announced a campaign for India’s COVID-19 relief work. during a video posted on social media, Kohli and Anushka expressed concern at the COVID-19 situtation in India and shared details of a fundraiser they need organised for relief work. Virat and Anushka donated Rs 2 crore to the fund. “Since the Covid-19 outbreak, our country goes through trying times, our health systems are being challenged, we’d like to return together and help our India,” Kohli wrote in an Instagram post. “Anushka and that i have started a campaign on Ketto, to boost funds for Covid-19 relief, and that we would be grateful for your support. No amount is just too small to save lots of lives.”
Assuring their fans that the battle against COVID-19 are often won if “we’re in it together”, Kohli and Anushka urged to “join our movement.”
“We will do everything to make a difference but we like to help you to fight it. I urge you all to hitch our movement. Let’s do our part to stay our country safe and powerful . Thank you. Click on the link in my bio to form an impression ,” Kohli wrote within the Instagram post.
Earlier, Anushka had announced during a separate post on social media that she and her husband Kohli will begin a “movement” within the country’s fight against COVID-19.
In the video posted on Friday, Anushka said: “Things are very tough for India, and it really pains us to ascertain our country suffer like this.”
Asking fans to donate to her fundraiser, Anushka said, “Every bit makes a difference.”
Kohli was last seen in action within the Indian Premier League, where he led Royal Challengers Bangalore.
IPL 2021 was postponed after several players across teams tested positive for COVID-19.