Jacqueline Fernandez stays at the forefront when it comes to helping needy people. She also recently launched her foundation You Only Live Once (YOLO) to help the needy. Jacqueline Fernandez admitted to being in a position of ‘privilege’ as India battles the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. The actress also shared that this is not the time to criticise celebrities for their contribution.
Jacqueline Fernandez Admits being Privileged amid Covid-19 Pandemic
“I want to be there as much as I can for people and not think about myself. Because I know I do come from a space that’s complete privilege right now. I have a roof over my head and I have food to eat. There are people out there struggling to survive because of the pandemic,” she told Times Now.
Jacqueline has been using her celebrity status to amplify the needs and requirements of the distressed people due to COVID-19. She calls it her duty to do so.
She objected to celebrities being criticised at a time like this. Fernandez urged everyone to come together and help alleviate the situation. “If it’s in your capacity to help, please help, and if maybe, it’s not in your capacity or you don’t have the means, at least don’t spread hate, don’t spread negativity,” she said. “It’s not the time or the place for that.”
You Only Live Once (YOLO), launched by Jacqueline, has collaborated with NGOs. She also made a commendable and worthy contribution to the Pune Police Foundation.
She was last seen alongside Salman Khan in a special song in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. The actress quite a number of film in the pipeline including Attack, Bhoot Police, Cirkus, Bachchan Pandey and Ram Setu.
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