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I will continue working for my brethren from Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan to Arvind Kejriwal

I will continue working for my brethren from Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan to Arvind Kejriwal

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 04 Apr 2020, 12:46 pm

New Delhi/UNI: Bollywood 'Baadshah" Shahrukh Khan has said that he is a 'Dilliwala' and will continue to make life better for people of Delhi.

Responding in a heartwarming manner to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's to him for his contribution to the child Minister relief fund to fight Coronavirus, Shah Rukh Khan said, "Sir, you are a Dilliwala, do not thank me, just order. We will continue to work to make life better for our brethren from Delhi. God willing, we will soon emerge triumphant from the crisis. More strength, resilience and power to your teams on ground sir.'

In his tweet, Kejriwal had said, 'Thank you, Shah Rukh Ji, for you kind words. Your generous contribution will touch many lives in this difficult hour.'

Earlier, on Thursday, Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter to announce that he will donate to PM-CARES Fund and another host of charities to help the country fight the novel coronavirus. The actor also declared that he will help State Governments of Delhi, West Bengal and Maharashtra through his businesses - Red Chillies Entertainment and Kolkata Knight Riders. 

 

I will continue working for my brethren from Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan to Arvind Kejriwal

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