The pandemic has indeed left everyone worried. While some are trying to keep up, others are trying to help. Actors and other public figures have been making a continuous attempt to be of help in ways they can, including amplifying sos calls for COVID-19, carrying donations campaigns, among other things. And actress Shrenu Parikh, is one among the many, who has been trying to do her bit.
Ask her how has she been keeping up with the situation and she says, ''Covid has affected everyone and everyone is struggling at their own level. However, I am more worried about people who have lost their near and dear ones and people who are struggling for 'do waqt ki roti'. I feel bad for them and we do have a lot of blessings, it is sad to see people struggling with a financial crisis and people who don't have work as they are daily wagers. We have the privilege that we can sustain despite being unemployed, so all of that is making me sad.''
For someone who has been amplifying calls and trying to be of help, the news of various social media applicaitons being banned may become a cause of worry. Ask her about it, and she says, ''Yes, I have been amplifying SOS calls and I have been able to help people in various cities as there are many volunteers working in different parts of the cities, they get in touch, I get in touch with them and we help out. It totally worried me, as Twitter is such a medium right now where so many lives are being saved. I think the first thing that came to me was how am I going to help people out now and right now is not the right time to ban Twitter right now as so many people across the world are trying to help India. I hope it does not get banned and I am still praying for the same, and not because it is a social media platform but because you need to keep Twitter alive to at least keep helping people.''
On the work front, Shrenu was last seen in Ek Bhram Sarvagun Sampanna.