Actor Anoop Bikram Shahi, who is often seen playing the role of a villain in the film, has created the image of a hero in real life. He has been distributing free food to the people who have lost their jobs in the ongoing lockdown due to corona last year. He has also been helping the children dependent on 'Hamro Bal Sanrakshan Dharohar Nepal' in Dhapasi. Last year, he even celebrated his birthday at the same children's home. On the occasion, he donated six laptops along with food grains.

                                                    Anoop Bikram Shahi

Anoop has again helped the children who were hoping for relief after the second wave of Corona started. He has provided food and health items for 32 children of the ashram for a month and a half on Tuesday. Anoop says that he has been monitoring the children regularly as he vowed to be the guardian of the children in the ashram during his birthday celebrations last year. He had promised to provide food and other necessities to the ashram every three months last year. He urged to help the people who have problems in this difficult time.

Arriving in Nepal from Sikkim after shooting the film 'Jar' a week before the ban was issued, he was preparing to start shooting the film 'Satyam' from the end of April. However, as the second wave of Corona started, the film could not be shot. In this, he is sharing the screen with actor Rajesh Hamal for the second time. In the film, he is playing the role of a villain.