Richa Chadha encourages ‘Ambarsar’ to help incense seller with cerebral palsy

Updated on Oct 12, 2020 10:31 AM IST

Richa Chadha has asked Amritsar to help an incense seller with cerebral palsy.

After Baba Ka Dhaba, Richa Chadha encourages Amritsar to help an incense seller.
After Baba Ka Dhaba, Richa Chadha encourages Amritsar to help an incense seller.
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Entertainment Desk

After Baba Ka Dhaba, internet and Bollywood personalities have put their weight behind an agarbatti seller with cerebral palsy in Amritsar. Leading the call for help was actor Richa Chadha who aske ‘Ambarsar’ to step up.

It started when Twitter user Jas Oberoi shared pictures of a Sikh man who sells incense sticks outside in the city. “This gentleman affected by cerebral palsy sits outside the Celebration Mall in Amritsar and sells agarbattis to make a living. If you happen to live close by and are an agarbatti user, please make it a habit to buy from him. Thanks (sic),” he wrote.

Richa retweeted and wrote, “Ambarsar! Your turn now come together! (sic).”

“I know that sometimes I haven’t posted on Instagram in two days, and that’s okay. It is so mingled with work at the moment. It is not easy but I am finding that the more authentic and honest I can be, I can create a subculture that is honest and follows me for who I am, and not just for the image or the persona from my films,” she shares.

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