During this coronavirus crisis, there are some people whose generous acts have restored faith in humanity. While Sonu Sood's sincere act of providing transport for the migrant workers stranded in Maharasthra state due to the COVID-19 pandemic and feeding people has hailed him as a superhero, another star who is winning hearts is renowned chef Vikas Khanna.
Recently, a video of Vikas Khanna has gone viral on social media, in which he can be seen giving a savage reply to BBC news anchor which won hearts and makes every Indian netizen proud of him. In the interview when an anchor asked him about his hardships since he's come from India to which the Michelin Star chef gently answered that his sense of hunger has not come from India but from New York as he was struggling there from the very bottom.
When the host asked the chef, "You’ve cooked for the Obamas, you’ve been on the TV show with Gordon Ramsay. But it wasn’t always that way, was it? You’re not from a rich family. So, I dare say, you understand how precarious it can be in India." To which Vikas replies, "I understand, but my sense of hunger didn’t come from India so much because I was born and raised in Amritsar. We have a huge community kitchen where everyone gets fed. The entire city can feed there. But my sense of hunger came from New York when I was struggling here from the very bottom."
After this video, netizens feel proud of him and applauding him for his befitting reply to the anchor. Apart from this, he is doing much bigger things by providing food to the underprivileged during this pandemic. He collaborated with several NGOs to more food in these critical times.