Mumbai: Vicky Kaushal and Radio City's RJ Salil and Archana fill potholes in Andheri

Aug 17, 2018, 12:41 IST | mid-day online correspondent

Pothole man Dadarao Bhilorey and pothole killer Mushtaq Ansari joined Radio City’s RJ Salil and RJ Archana in this initiative

Mumbai: Vicky Kaushal and Radio City's RJ Salil and Archana fill potholes in Andheri
Vicky Kaushal and Radio City’s RJ Salil and RJ Archana Filled the Potholes In Veera Desai, Andheri, As Part Of Kar Mumbaikar Initiative

Radio City, India’s leading radio network, initiated Kar Mumbaikar as an effort to help resolve the innumerable problems faced by Mumbaikars during the infamous monsoon. This week, Radio City team along with Bollywood Actor Vicky Kaushal took the Kar Mumbaikar initiative a notch higher with pothole filling activity in Veera Desai area, Andheri West. Various Bollywood celebrities have come together to support the initiative like John Abraham, Shankar Mahadevan, Vicky Kaushal, Tapsee Pannu, Jimmy Shergill and many more.

Vicky Kaushal

Radio City’s RJ Salil and RJ Archana along with the pothole man Dadarao Bhilorey, who has filled almost 570 potholes, and pothole killers Irfan Machchivala and Mushtaq Ansari were in full gusto and filled the potholes at Veera Desai area, Andheri West. Bollywood actor, Vicky Kaushal extended his support and filled some potholes in the area. Radio City’s most loved show Kasa Kai Mumbai, with RJ Salil and RJ Archana was broadcasted LIVE from the venue. The activity received an overwhelming response from the Citizens and people came down to extend their support in full swing.

Vicky Kaushal

The initiative, which urged citizens to ‘Monsoon mein bol soon’, kick-started on-ground in the last week of July and have successfully resolved people’s problems in areas like Kandivali, Thane, Malad, Vashi Andheri and more. Radio City urges Mumbaikar’s to dial in on 66969191 or reach out to Radio City’s RJ’s on social media to flag off all problems pertinent to their locality.

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