Hema Malini praises Vivek Oberoi for ‘I Am Oxygen Man’

Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi has come forward to help the needy by launching ‘I’m Oxygen Man’ initiative amid the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic. Through this initiative, he will provide oxygen cylinders, concentrators and medical facilities to the people and the firm. Actor and BJP MP Hema Malini has praised Vivek and others associated with the initiative for their humanitarian work that they all are doing.

Thanking the actor, she said, “For the I Am Oxygen Man Event I am grateful and thankful to Vivek Anand Oberoi, Kailash Kher, and Vivek Bindra. The work that you all have undertaken is brilliant. It is a big thing that you all have come together with this initiative in such a short span of time. All artistes are standing with you and ready to help in whichever way possible.”

She further added, “Lots of people have come forward to help with the I Am Oxygen Man initiative. This shows that there are so many good people in our country who will come forward and help. You all are doing a really wonderful job with I Am Oxygen Man.”
Reverting on the same, Vivek Oberoi replied Dream Girl, “There have been numerous actresses who have come and gone, yet the ultimate dream girl across generations of all time is just one.

Hema Malini ji is an inspiration to all of us. Not only is she a dream girl in her looks but she has even embodied that in her work.”
By adding further, “I have seen with my own eyes the amount of hard work she has put in for the betterment of people in her constituency. She has been working day in and day out for their upliftment. I thank her from the bottom of my heart for coming forward and contributing to the I Am Oxygen Man initiative.”

Not only in times of deadly pandemic, Vivek is also helping many people through various initiatives like Project DEVI (Development and Empowerment of Vrindavan Girls Initiative) to save young girls in Vrindavan from being forced into prostitution, sponsoring hundreds of free heart surgeries and fundraising to provide food for underprivileged children.

On the work front, Vivek will be next seen in Vishal Mishra’s film Iti – Can You Solve Your Own Murder and Vishal Mishra’s Horror- thriller film Rosie: The Saffron Chapter, based on true events in Gurugram.

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