A combo of Arjun Kapoor and Dua Lipa.
Gulf Today Report
Arjun Kapoor is joining hands with international stars Jason Derulo, Dua Lipa, Maluma, Nicky Jam, Becky G, among others, to raise funds for those affected by coronavirus globally.
The fund-raising event called OHM Live will be a first-of-its-kind multi-platform charity initiative that will take place on May 29.
"As conscious citizens, every one of us have to do our bit to help as many people in need due to the coronavirus crisis. The pandemic has affected everyone globally. The loss of lives and human suffering is unbearable and devastating. Every one of us living in every corner of the world has understood that we are deeply connected to one another," Arjun said.
The actor added: "It is an honour for me to be a part of this esteemed platform that has so many luminaries, from so many countries, who are joining hands to raise funds to support as many people as possible. With so many lives affected worldwide, this charity initiative is essentially one that sees humanity stand up to protect humanity," he said.
Proceeds raised through OHM Live will go to various beneficiaries who are supporting frontline workers fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic.
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