It seems Ali Fazal has got too inspired after working alongside ‘Wonder Woman’ Gal Gadot in the upcoming 'Death on the Nile'. The actor turned himself into the superhero Batman on Tuesday. While superheroes only do good deeds only in films and comics, the 3 Idiots star can be called one in real life, as he wore the famed cowl for a cause, to deliver food to the needy amid the national lockdown over COVID-19.
Ali took to social media on Tuesday to share a video from his car, where he has dressed himself like Batman, albeit with a black N95 mask to go along with the other part of the iconic superhero’s face. The song Raah Me Unse from Ajay Devgn-Tabu’s Vijaypath was playing in the background.
He wrote that he was confusing the haters and the trollers, and added that he made a quick delivery of food to some in Vile Parle in Mumbai. Ali urged the ‘superheroes’ and even tagged Gal Gadot to ask if she was ready with her suit.
Confusing the Trollers n haters,aa raha hoon mai!Went out to get supplies n also made a quick delivery to some ppl in vile parle who are in dire need of food.Calling out to all the superheros already working out in the open. Sending you some smiles. @GalGadot you got your suit? pic.twitter.com/PlZuPcYi6v— Ali Fazal M / Ù ÛØ± Ø¹ÙÛ ÙØ¶Ù / à¤ à¤²à¥ (@alifazal9) March 31, 2020
On Instagram, he wrote the lyrics of the song, ‘Jisse darte thhey wohi baat ho gayi!’ (fear coming true). Ali quipped how he couldn’t muster the courage to face the wrath of the people outside so he called the DCs to help out.
He also urged everyone to come out and help irrespective of whether it would be seen as big or small.
His would-be wife Richa Chadha went gaga over his gesture. She laughed over it and replied, ‘oh my heart.’
Apart from Ali, Prakash Raj, Raaj Shaandiliyaa, Manish Mundra have been among the names who worked towards providing food to daily wagers and medical essentials at hospitals.
For the bigger purpose of relief that the country goes through due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many like Akshay Kumar, Alia Bhatt, Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma, and others have come forward and pledged amounts to the PM-CARES fund and some have also donated to the state’s relief funds. Despite the national lockdown lasting till April 14, the number of cases have shot up to 1251. 32 casualties have also been reported across the country.
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