Just like many other celebrity, actor Harshvardhan Rane has grabbed the spotlight for his contribution to help people amid the oxygen crisis that is caused by the second COVID-19 surge in India.
The 37-year-old actor took to Instagram on Saturday, May 1, shared that owing to the surge in COVID-19 cases he had not been able to take his bike out. It had been parked in his garage for long. He felt he could use it to help others, and hence, he decided to sell it off.
With the money he will get in exchange for his bike, Rane plans to buy oxygen concentrators for those infected by the deadly virus and cannot subsist without medical oxygen.
Harshvardhan, who is an avid biker, posted a set of pictures of himself and his yellow Royal Enfield bike and wrote: “Giving my motorcycle away in exchange for a few oxygen concentrators which we together can provide to people in need combatting COVID.”
The Sanam Teri Kasam fame was also contracted with the coronavirus last year in October.
However, this isn’t the first time Rane has won hearts for his philanthropic work. A few years ago, he drove across the knee-deep water-logged streets and offered lift to in his car in order to help those stranded amid the chaos in Mumbai because of heavy rains.