As most of you might know, West Bengal recently experienced a catastrophic cyclone called the Amphan cyclone. This unfortunate calamity tore through West Bengal, causing great damage to property and led to many unfortunate deaths. The entire country came together to support the people of Bengal in these tough times. Actress Mouni Roy is also doing her bit and going to the extra mile to help the people of her state by auctioning her paintings.
The actress is a wonderful painter and often shares her work on social media. She has now decided to sell them for a noble cause and donate the proceeds to the organisations that are helping with relief work in the state. The Made In China actress took to her social media to share this news.
She wrote, “As we all are aware of the tough times that the cyclone Amphan brought upon West Bengal, I have decided to auction my paintings and all the fundraising proceeds from this auction will be contributed towards Goonj’s Rahat Amphan relief fund.”
From paintings of Lord Shiva to goddess Durga, Mouni truly is a gifted artist
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Hello Everyone! As we all are aware of the tough times that the cyclone Amphan brought upon West Bengal, I have decided to auction my paintings and all the fundraising proceeds from this auction will be contributed towards Goonj's Rahat Amphan relief fund. For more details please log on to https://goonj.org/rahat-amphan/, you can also donate through the link in the bio – https://goonj.org/donate Once you contribute, share the receipt with us at [email protected] and I will courier the painting to you after the lockdown. Swipe left to see the paintings. Each painting will be sold for INR 15,000/- Creative design by – @imagestori
Kudos to you, Mouni! This is a great initiative.
The actress has been spending most of her time during the lockdown painting and dancing, among other things. On the work front, she was last seen in the film Made In China opposite Rajkummar Rao. She has Ayan Mukerji‘s Brahmastra and Mogul in the pipeline.