From the common man to celebrities, sports personalities to superstars, every concerned individual is at the moment doing their bit to reach out to as many people in need as possible as the second wave of COVID-19 wreaks havoc in India. While some are raising funds for COVID-19 relief work, others have been donating to different charities working to help those affected. Now, filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala, in a bit to support COVID-19 relief work, is all set to play a game of chess with chess grandmaster and former world chess champion Viswanathan Anand. Sajid has joined hands with the grandmaster to raise funds for the needy amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in the country. The duo will be coming together on June 13. The official Twitter handle of Sajid’s production house even shared a video of the filmmaker announcing the news, asking people to come, watch and donate for the noble cause.