Whenever a particular part of the world has been hit by a calamity, rest of the world gets together to help the affected part get back to its normal life as soon as possible. Something like this happened in India and the entire nation got together to help Kerala get back on its feet as soon as possible. Kerala has been hit by the worst floods since 1924 and entire nation has come forward to help the victims of Kerala. The entire B-town came forward and made contributions in their own ways. Actors took to their social media handles and spread awareness about the contribution. Actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Sushant Singh Rajput, Prateik Babbar, Arbaaz Khan, Alia Bhatt, Jaqueline fernandez contributed their bit for the Kerala victims. But for this help, the Pollywood celebrities also came forward to help revive the life back in Kerala and get its functioning back to normal. For this, one of the biggest support has been given by Khalsa Aid, an NGO which helps people affected due to natural or man-made calamities. Khalsa Aid went to Kerala, served hot food, basic needs to the people there. [caption id="attachment_47000" align="alignnone" width="930"] Source: Instagram[/caption] Recently, Goldy Desi Crew, a member of Punjabi music label, Desi Crew, reached out in Kerala through Khalsa Aid and contributed in their way to the Kerala victims. Official Instagram page of Desi Crew shared a picture with their fans and said, "Waheguru Tera Shukar Hai Sade Bhaaga Vich Manukhta Di Seva Likhan Lyi 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Dhanwad Sanu Seva Da Mauka Den Lyi @khalsa_aid @kakamohanwalia Bhaji #khalsaAid Waheguru 🙏🏻🙏🏻". [caption id="attachment_46998" align="alignnone" width="930"] Source: Instagram[/caption] Well, its not the first time that the artists in Punjabi industry have helped the victims of an affected area in getting their lives back to normal. Before this, Himanshi Khurana visited the people of Rohingya who were mistreated by Indian and Myanmar government. Himanshi visited the people, shared the pictures of the people and said, "Thanku so much @khalsa_aid As human being we shud thank everybody What we have in our life Asi ethe Bangladesh rohingya people 10 lakh loka de Camp ch aa jihde ch 1000 families khalsa aid ne adopt kitiya........Kisi v desh de citizen ni rhe hun .....thanku so much @khalsa_aid Puri imandari nal sewa krdi hai boht shukria main es family da part bni #rohingyarefugees" [caption id="attachment_46999" align="alignnone" width="931"] Source: Instagram[/caption] Mandy Takhar had visited the Syria refugees. She shared the pictures of the people there and said, "How time flies.. exactly a year ago today.. during food drops at the #iraq /Syria border refugee camps with #yezidi refugees .. Thank you for taking me there @ravisingh_london and more importantly God Bless you for all that you do for these refugees via @khalsa_aid - www.khalsaaid.org"