Actor Harshvardhan Rane, who reportedly sold off his bike to arrange oxygen concentrators for the needy, has donated one of them to the Cyberabad police. Abhilash Elaprolu, a volunteer gave the oxygen cylinder to Cyberbad Police Commissioner V.C. Sajjanar, on behalf of the Harshvardhan Rane Shirtoff Foundation.
The 37-year-old actor sold his bike Royal Enfield Continental GT last week in order to raise funds and donate oxygen concentrators to help people fight Covid. The actor wished to donate one concentrator to the frontline workers who are working day and night to helping the citizens battle this pandemic. His kindness and generosity has been appreciated by Sajjanar and the Society for Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC)
Harshvardhan, who is an avid biker, had posted the pictures of his yellow Royal Enfield bike on Instagram earlier this month and captioned that he wants to exchange his motorbike for a few oxygen concentrators so that he is able to help the people in battling Covid-19.
The actor wrote that he is giving his motorcycle away in exchange for a few oxygen concentrators which he can provide to people in need combating Covid. The actor, himself was tested positive due to coronavirus last year.
He has taken to Instagram recently to give good news to his fans and followers, thanking them for their swift help and prompt offers through which he was able to give out 3 oxygen concentrators in Hyderabad. The actor says that he is expecting to give a few more soon.
Harshvardhan Rane made his Bollywood debut with the film “Sanam Teri Kasam” (2016). He has also acted in some Telugu films such as “Naa Ishtam”, “Prema Ishq Kaadhal”, “Avunu 2”, “Kavacham” and “Anaamika”.
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