Anjum Moudgil entered the COVID-19-forced lockdown as an accomplished shooter and a painter.
By the time the world rids itself of the pandemic, she will have added two more attributes to her multi-faceted personality — a good Samaritan and a master in matters of the mind — having completed a degree in sports psychology some time ago.
Moved by the plight of the daily workers and support staff involved with the sports community, the Olympic-bound India shooter has decided to auction some of her paintings to raise funds for them.
The 26-year-old has also been offering counselling sessions to her friends, some of whom happened to be shooters, at a personal level. “I have decided to auction the paintings. The proceeds from the auction will be donated to Play for India which is supporting daily workers and support staff members of the sporting community. It’s for those who have been…