At a time when the world is struggling against the pandemic with a handful of resources, actor Hugh Jackman has imparted a common feeling towards the population. Can you guess what the celeb has stressed upon amidst the coronavirus outbreak? Well, it can be attributed as a welfare initiative intended towards the community, who went beyond thinking about his own brood.
Dwelling on mental health
When News Corp. Australia interviewed Jackman, he came to spoke about his initiative to help the needy people as reported by aceshowbiz.com. The celeb shared about his experience on the go as he told, “I’ve learned so much from being on the board and we are planning on more of those talks. Gus has been incredible.”
Later on, he added, “It”s something we really need to pay attention to in the world and Australia, a lot. Our need to look after each other, not just financially and physically, but mentally is a priority”. Indeed, that’s something which needs to be taken care of with utmost priority at distressing phases like this.
Branching out of self
He further continued saying, “There’s a lot of loneliness out there and this (pandemic) only adds to that.” His words resonate with the lockdown period that every nation is observing due to the unprecedented crisis.
Standing beside the affected ones
However, in a former interview, the actor revealed that the COVID-19 would deliver a “devastating” impact on Broadway who also remarked that 16 productions were about to open in time for 2020 Tony eligibility before the contagion outbreak. The Tonys, unfortunately, got deferred in official terms at present.
It’s been heard that Jackman along with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness is staying back in their New York apartment with their kids. Also, the actor has been supporting needy people through a mental health concern, Gotcha4Life.