On World Kindness Day celebs recall incidents when someone’s kind gesture left them overwhelmed



A random act of kindness, no matter how small, can make a tremendous impact on someone else’s life, wrote Roy T Bennett. Kindness goes a long way, this World Kindness Day, celebs recall a gesture that touched their hearts!

Angel in my life

When we talk about kindness the first name that comes to my mind is Sonu Sood. People have seen his kindness today but I have seen that a long time back. One night my mom was feeling breathless and we had to rush her to a nearby hospital but we couldn’t get an ICU bed. That’s the time when Sonu came into the picture and organised an ICU bed. By god’s grace, my mom was back home healthy. He is an angel in my life. — Jyoti Saxena

Kind words

I remember this one time I was at a restaurant and had forgotten my wallet at home. I got so embarrassed. But the manager came and said, “Sir, don’t worry. You are our regular customer. You can pay next time or whenever convenient.” I was so touched by his words. I think people have forgotten the word kindness these days. But remember kindness is the way, not bullying. — Vikram Wadhwa

Guiding force

While doing my first project with Zain Imam, I felt somewhat lost. Zain was always there guiding me. He was not some actor with an attitude but a friend who was guiding me to do my best. I was touched. Kindness has the power to defeat negativity. — Ayaana Khan

Sweet gesture

During my struggling days, once after wrapping up rehearsals, I went to Dadar Station to catch a train. I was thirsty, and had only Rs 2.50 in my pocket. So, I bought a flavoured milk bottle which cost me Rs 2.25. But the bottle slipped from my hand and the drink was spilled all over. I was standing there helplessly with no money to buy another. The owner of the stall came up to me and handed over a fresh bottle and said, “Mujhe pata hain tumhare paas extra paise nahin hain.” That gesture of him left me in tears. — Sai Ballal

Sacrificing life

A year back when we were facing shortage of oxygen cylinders during the pandemic, a person in his late eighties gave away his oxygen cylinder to another person who was very young. The person who sacrificed is no more but the kind gesture still makes me emotional.  Sanjay Gagnani

Respect for all

Recently, I saw an advertisement how a family makes their workers feel like a part of their own. This made me recall how my mother used to do the same. She had taught me to be kind and loving with the people who work for us as they deserve equal respect and happiness. — Shivika Diwan

Let’s be generous

Once I was stuck at a toll plaza because I didn’t have change. Someone was kind enough to pay for my car. I believe it is about these small gestures. I feel the world is becoming too opinionated. We need to be generous. — Sukhmani Sadana

Sense of responsibility

When I was moving into a new house, my driver Sanjay didn’t just help by chauffeuring me around, but in every possible way. I am really indebted to him because that wasn’t his job but he did it out of a sense of responsibility and kindness. — Anupriya Goenka

Duty with humanity

Last year, I was travelling from Mumbai to Allahabad as my grandfather passed away. I had an emotional breakdown. The queue to pass the security check was long, but the security team saw me and with all kindness they helped me go through it without any hassle. That gesture of airport authorities really touched me. — Kamna Pathak

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