‘X-Men’ actor James Mcavoy lends support to COVID-19 relief efforts: India needs help – Eagles Vine

Hollywood actor James Mcavoy, best known for his role as Professor Charles Xavier in the ‘X-Men’ series, has joined the long list of Hollywood stars lending aid to India’s covid-19 relief efforts.

The actor put out a post urging his fans and friends to lend monetary support to the various relief efforts being carried out by NGOs in the country. Sharing a video, he said, “I think everyone is aware of the situation in India right now. It is really bad. There is a massive crisis and there is a lack of oxygen.”

Encouraging people to donate to the cause, he wrote, “India needs help. You can help…donate what you can if you can.”

Mcavoy is among the latest Hollywood stars to lend his star power and help Indians struggling to find beds, oxygen cylinders and medicines for their loved ones suffering from COVID-19.

Hollywood actors, musicians, television stars, and celebs of Indian origin have been contributing to various charities and also doing their bit to encourage fans to donate to the cause. These celebrities include Jada and Will Smith, Reese Witherspoon, Priyanka Chopra and husband Nick Jonas, Grammy Award-winning singer Katy Perry, talk show host Ellen Degeneres, television star Mindy Kaling, comedian Lilly Singh along with Sharon Stone, Piper Perabo, Shawn Mendez, Camila Cabello, Willow Smith, ‘Bridgerton’ stars Simone Ashley and Charithra Chandran among others.


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