Amy Jackson, who has appeared in several Indian films, including Rajinikanth’s ‘2.0,’ has encouraged people to aid children in Ukraine who are suffering as a result of the Russian invasion.
The actress shared photos and a video clip from the New York Times on Instagram, showing neonates being transported from a Ukrainian hospital’s neonatal Intensive Care Unit into a makeshift bomb bunker.
According to the footage, the refuge was on the lowest level of the hospital building in Dnipro, a city that had been the target of Russian missile strikes.
The actress posted on Instagram, ‘The children of Ukraine need peace, badly, now.’ I have no idea what the children, parents, and people of Ukraine are going through. Ukraine, we stand with you. Urgent finances are required… Please make a donation using the link in my bio.’
Amy Jackson, who made her Tamil film debut in director Vijay’s Madrasapattinam, has gone on to become one of the best actresses in the industry. The British actress has played the female protagonist in a number of Tamil films, including Dhanush’s ‘Thanga Magan,’ Vijay’s ‘Theri,’ and Vikram’s ‘Thaandavam.’