Sonakshi Sinha Hits Back At Trolls Who Insulted Her Not Donating To PM CARES Fund


The COVID-19 outbreak seems to have spread at an alarming rate in the past week. It has been an unbelievable tide that we have been trying our best to withstand. Following the 21-days lockdown in India, people have been trying their best to stay inside at home and contributing to the nation’s safety and good health.

Also, the rise of coronavirus cases has seen a lot of celebs coming forward to donate for the Prime Minister and Chief Minister’s Relief Funds respectively. Big names from all around the nation have done their bit to donate for this grueling period. Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan were among the first few names who had come forward with the donation and other acts of kindness.

Other celebs like Prabhas, Allu Arjun, Kapil Sharma, Manish Paul, Akshay Kumar, Pawan Kalyan, Mahesh Babu, Madhuri Dixit have been really active in contributing for the nation. In fact actor, Kamal Hassan has turned one of his houses into a fully equipped isolation ward for the victims.


However, few names have still not been highlighted who are quite prominent yet has not made any contribution. One such celeb who was targetted by the Netizens is Sonakshi Sinha. People on social media criticized her choices of staying away from donating and showing her concern for the country when it is required the most.

Sonakshi had the perfect reply to shut them down. After the storm of trolls, she finally tweeted , Minute of silence for trolls who think that just because it wasn’t announced,contributions weren’t made.Neki kar dariya mein daal,suna toh hoga?Kuch log actually follow karte hai!Ab shaant ho jao & use ur time 2 do some actual good(announcing or not is a personal preference)”

Here is the Tweet:

But of course, she still got ranted. What do you all think? Did she really make the donation?
The COVID-19 has suddenly taken away lives in a snap. It is spreading in the country like wildfire. Around the world, the death toll has increased to a dreadful number of approximately 45,000.