Dream Girl Hema Malini Praises Vivek Oberoi For His Oxygen Initiative For Covid-19

Find out more about how Dream Girl Hema Malini praised actor Vivek Oberoi for his efforts during the second wave of the pandemic in India.

Tanvi Rumale

June 14, 2021

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Actress and MP, Hema Malini recently praised actor Vivek Oberoi for his initiative “I Am Oxygen Man.” Hema Malini herself is known to be very generous and worried about the public and the environment. She congratulated the #IAmOxygenMan initiative that was started by Vivek Oberoi, singer Kailash Kher and Vivek Bindra. The team built a Covid-care facility in Delhi which can hold 200 beds and included many Covid volunteers as well. The actress on her Instagram addressed them and said, “The work that you all have undertaken is brilliant and it is a big thing that you all have come together for this initiative.”

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She also added that she and several artists are standing with them and are ready to help them whenever required. Actor Vivek Oberoi was more than grateful for this shoutout and took a video of himself where he thanked the actress. He too praised her and said that there will never be another actress like Hema Malini. He added that she does outstanding work on her own and she is a “Dream Girl” not just for her looks, but for her nature and her good deeds as well.

Hema Malini recently used her social media accounts to appeal to her fans to get vaccinated as soon as possible. In the video, she mentioned how people should not be afraid of the tested vaccines and must remove their fears and get the jab soon. This comes after the actress herself received her covid-19 dose.

Vivek Oberoi on the other hand has been doing much more than just Covid-relief work. He recently talked about Cancer patients and their slower treatment rates due to the pandemic. He also recently opened up about the bad practices in Bollywood as Sushant Singh Rajput’s first death anniversary nears and said that there was something “systemically wrong” with Bollywood.

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