Shah Rukh Khan offers his office to BMC quarantine facility for treating coronavirus patients

The 54-year-old Bollywood superstar on Thursday had announced various initiatives to help the country during the crisis

In yet another gesture of help in the ongoing fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan have offered their personal office to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to help expand the quarantine facility for the afflicted. The four-storeyed building, located in Khar West suburb of Mumbai, would be equipped with essentials for quarantined children, women and the elderly. The BMC handle @mybmc tweeted this on Saturday morning, while thanking the two for the thoughtful and timely gesture.

This comes two days after the actor had pledged assistance to the Centre and the state governments of Maharashtra, Delhi and West Bengal through his own group of companies: Kolkata Knight Riders, Red Chillies Entertainment, Meer Foundation and Red Chillies VFX. He had announced initiatives on several fronts, from providing protective equipment to healthcare workers and food to the needy to essentials to acid attack survivors.

Kolkata Knight Riders, the IPL franchise co-owned by Gauri Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Juhi Chawla Mehta and Jay Mehta committed to contributing to the PM-CARES Fund.

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