Farah Khan raised money for a 16 month old baby
One of the most talked about reality shows of India, Kaun Banega Crorepati has fulfilled the dreams of many common people. Many common people come to this show and fulfill their dreams by winning lakhs and crores of money. Apart from common people, celebrities also appear on this show. These celebrities often donate the money won by playing here to NGOs. Something similar happened when Farah Khan reached the show.
Helping in the treatment of 16 month old baby
Renowned choreographer and director Farah Khan has raised Rs 16 crore to help Ayansh Madan, a 16-month-old baby suffering from a rare genetic disorder called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). The disease has weakened Ayansh’s throat and lung muscles so much that he cannot talk, cough or swallow anything.
In late September, Farah posted a post thanking KBC for the rapid increase in donations after the show.
Farah Khan posted, “I am very happy that the amount required for the treatment of Ayansh Madan, Rs 16 crore has been collected. I would really like to thank ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ for giving a platform to talk about this and take this thing to the masses.”
This medicine is the most expensive in the world
Farah, who appeared in the episode of KBC with Deepika Padukone on September 10, won 25 lakhs. After which she put a post on her social media handle in which Farah said that after the ‘KBC’ episode got an overwhelming response, everyone wanted to donate. No amount is small and you can donate as much as you want.
The only treatment for Ayansh was the drug Zolgensma, which is the most expensive medicine in the world. Farah Khan has contributed to Ayansh’s treatment. Farah Khan has come into the limelight by donating her winning amount to that 16-month-old child and depositing funds for him. He is also being praised a lot on social media.
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