Bigg Boss 13 winner has been trying to his bit to help society. Laxmi Agarwal who champions the cause of acid attack victims put out a request to send funds for the aid of Saraswati, a victim. She tagged Sidharth Shukla in her post as well. He shared it on his Insta stories. Reading that, Sidharth Shukla fans got together and contributed towards her surgery and medications. Apparently, the funds sent by them are above the sum of Rs two lakh. As we remember, Laxmi Agarwal had congratulated Sidharth Shukla on his victory in Bigg Boss 13. Fans have also praised Sidharth Shukla for this humanitarian gesture towards the cause.
Sushil Clear As Real (@TweetForKingSid) August 30, 2020
Proud movement for us this is what he actually earned
Seeing this articles i'm more an more proud for my choice . @sidharth_shukla best teacher in my life
Chanda (Streaming DKKA ?) (@ChandaBind) August 30, 2020
This Is That Some Other Guy According To U..
His Name Is #SidharthShukla
Who Encouraged All Of Us To Support Her And Within A Day We Collected The Needed Amount For Her Operation
If U Need To Learn How To Use Your Platform To Encourage Others U Need To Follow This Gentlemen..... pic.twitter.com/85uFC8nSxJ
nim (@nimisha91526512) August 30, 2020
Sidharth Shukla had hardly cried in the Bigg Boss 13 house. The handsome hunk was however emotional when Laxmi Agarwal came in and narrated her story. He hugged her for a really long time. On that episode, he had spoken about how he was constantly being shamed for his age on the show. He also said that people called him 'Janani'. He said the strength of a woman was exemplified by the likes of Laxmi Agarwal and he had no qualms if someone called him a lady. That episode was a special one for many reasons. We also remember the moon-watching moment of SidNaaz.
In her post, Laxmi Agarwal had written, "Saraswati's drunkard husband poured acid on her while she was sleeping. She was badly burnt with acid. After that incident she is facing physical and economic issues.After pouring acid on Saraswati, he committed suicide. Now the burnt Saraswati is battling for her treatment and her livelihood. Her two minor children are dependent on her. She has no support. Saraswati was given medical treatment at government hospital , she stayed there for five months but still her treatment for nose, ears and surgeries are pending. She has no source of income. We need to shifther to New Delhi for her treatment in a Private Hospital. She needs major surgeries, nose and ear treatment. We need to treat and rehabilitate her so that after recovery she be able to support her two minor children. The Laxmi Foundation humbly request you all to extend help in this effort of rehabilitating Saraswati."