COVID-19: Sunny Leone To Provide Meals To 10,000 Migrant Workers In Delhi


Guwahati: Actress Sunny Leone is the recent actress to join the league of stars to extend their helping hands amid the second wave of the deadly virus. The actress recently joined hands with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to feed 10,000 migrant workers in Delhi. The official Instagram page of PETA shared the information while thanking Sunny for her noble gesture. As a part of the campaign, the actress will distribute protein-packed vegan meals to thousands in need.

Sunny Leone collaborates with PETA for a cause

“@sunnyleone is a beacon of light! The actor teamed up with PETA India to rush 10,000 protein-packed vegan meals to migrant workers in Delhi,” the Instagram page of PETA India wrote alongside a picture of the actress along with a glimpse from the drive. The meals consist of daal and rice or ‘khichdi’ and often fruit. The actress who is often seen raising her voice for cruelty against animals was also named PETA India’s Person of the Year in 2016. PETA and Sunny will donate food through Uday Foundation.


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The actress previously took to Instagram and urged her fans and followers to take the vaccine against the coronavirus. She posted a photo of herself along with the message.

She asked the people to give the frontline workers a fighting chance against the pandemic. She also mentioned the website to register for the vaccination.