Volunteers of UK-based Khalsa Aid International earned a lot of praise for their work among Kerala flood victims, and one of them who has been earning a lot of praise is Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda. Hooda, who has been associated with the group in the past is in the flood-ravaged state and was spotted serving food to victims.
The organisation began by providing meals to 2000 people, but is now serving an estimated 15,000 people after receiving funds and support.
Hooda, who has been associated with the group in the past, reached the flood-ravaged state and was seen serving food. Photos and videos of the actor helping people have garnered a lot of attention online.
— Randeep Hooda FC (@Randeep_HoodaFC) August 22, 2018
A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with freedom! #KeralaFloods2018 #KeralaFloodRelief #Kerala #JammuAndKashmir #Mumbai #humanity #RealHeroes #KhalsaAid #motivation #RandeepHooda @Khalsa_Aid pic.twitter.com/qtw8OknZjj
— Randeep Hooda FC (@Randeep_HoodaFC) August 23, 2018
While many actors have come forward to pledge their support and show solidarity with those affected by the devastating floods, Hooda was lauded for reaching out to victims at ground-zero.
Randeep Hooda joins the khalsa aid camp at Kerala❤
Wahe Guruji da khalsa Wahe Guruji di fateh..
— Saket Singh (@650saketsingh) August 24, 2018
Pa ji tusse great ho. Being actor you are always great but your humanity this time no Wordsworth describe. https://t.co/8BREpm6Kjh
— रंanजan Triपाठी (@sttt216) August 24, 2018
Real heroes work on ground! pic.twitter.com/B04YStLY0d
— parull gossain (@parullxx) August 23, 2018
May b he is nt a khan or Kapoor but he is hooda.Randeep hooda who showed up real heroism by helping Kerala flood victims as volunteers by putting forward a example dat heroism is nt limited to films.This man showed up real heroism n humanity. pic.twitter.com/48pTct8SO8
— Nikila Kolapuram (@KolapuramNikila) August 23, 2018
Bollywood actor @RandeepHooda joins the @Khalsa_Aid team in #Kerala ! It’s great to see celebrities on the ground and not just simply commenting on social media.#KeralaFloods #Seva #Langar #Kerala #KhalsaAid #Humanity #RandeepHooda #OneLove #sarbatdabhalla pic.twitter.com/B7MXcswV2O
— Jaspreet Singh Matta (@JasMatta) August 22, 2018
— Truck Driver (@girnds) August 23, 2018
@RandeepHooda brother, by serving the langar in Kerala you have won million of hearts. may God bless you a healthy and prosperous life.
— Rupinder Khurana (@goldy_k7) August 23, 2018
— Gurjinder Singh (@GurjinderSinghz) August 23, 2018
— Nabeel Sharaf (@its_NabeeL) August 23, 2018
— Kartik Pradhan (@pradhan_karthik) August 23, 2018
Khalsa Aid volunteers who began by helping people in Kochi, have now reached out to those affected in Alleppey.