Hira Mani donates free ration and medicines to people in lockdown
As the coronavirus spreads globally, celebrities are doing their part to help.
Renowned Pakistani actress Hira Mani, who rose to fame by hit drama serial "Mere Pass Tum Ho" has also decided to distribute free ration and medicines to the people in need.
She shared a picture which captioned: "Step forward for those who need support in this difficult pandemic situation."
The actress also took to Instagram and shared photo of herself with Mani. She urged fans to take precautionary measures to save themselves from falling prey to the virus.
Hira Mani and her husband Salman Saqib after undergoing the coronavirus tests, have been declared negative.
Sharing the news with the fans from self-quarantine at home, Hira Mani, who recently returned to Pakistan from United States said, “Our corona tests are negative and this picture is after self quarantine. Still we are home isolated.”
She urged her fans to take precautionary measures against the coronavirus. “Stay home and be safe.”
Hira’s husband also reposted the picture where the couple could be seen sporting masks and wrote, “We have done our corona tests and they are negative...but still we are in self quarantine at home with kids”.
You all should stay at home, he said and thanked his fans for sending the birthday wishes.