Coronavirus Outbreak: Singer Jubin Nautiyal helps six thousand families in Uttarakhand affected by pandemic

FP Staff

Singer Jubin Nautiyal along with his father Ram Sharan Nautiyal distributed ration kits to 6000 families in their village of Jaunsar Bawar in Uttarakhand, who have been affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The singer told Hindustan Times that most families income depended on members who had found work in big cities. However, due to the nationwide lockdown announced earlier this year, many had to return back home, which affected their livelihoods. According to The Tribune, Nautiyal reached out to Akash Ambani's Reliance Foundation for assistance

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Despite heavy rainfall and restricted movement, Nautiyal plans to give out the relief kits to around 350 villages. "Some of the roads are damaged due to heavy rains and landslides which is posing a great challenge for us. But we will try to give our best to stick to the schedule we have planed for distribution," he said.

Some fan accounts on social media also shared pictures of Nautiyal in action.

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Nautiyal has sung hit songs like 'Tum Hi Aana' from Marjaavaan and 'Tujhe Kitna Chahne Lage' from Kabir Singh. The singer recently released a romantic Hindi single 'Meri Aashiqui', composed by Rochak Kohli and written by Rashmi Virag. The video featured Nautiyal along with popular Punjabi and Bollywood actress Ihana Dhillon, and Mr. India Supranational 2017 Altamash Faraz.

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