Being a celebrity is a “secondary thing” in such a crisis, says Randeep Hooda

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Published by Ananya on 13 Jun 2021

Randeep Hooda, best known for his roles in films such as ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’, ‘Highway’, ‘Sarbjit’, ‘Sultan’ and others, has stated in the media that he dislikes the term “celebrity” because it categorises them. Instead, he believes that everyone is a human trying to do their best during this crisis.

Upon witnessing so much misery and stress as a result of the pandemic, Randeep stated that he felt “helpless” as a human being, and it was at that point that he decided to connect with an NGO named Khalsa to supply oxygen concentrators for people in need. Prior to joining the NGO, the actor used his social media accounts to disseminate SOS pleas.

Being a celebrity, according to Randeep, is a “secondary thing” in such a circumstance. He explains that he only wants to help ease the suffering of others. Giving his advice, he adds that health and life are the most important key aspects right now, and he encourages people to consume healthy food, care for their families, and do as much as they can for those around them.

The actor was most recently seen in the film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, where he played the antagonist Rana.

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