Nikki Galrani recovered from Covid-19 last year. A few days ago, she took the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine and urged everyone to get vaccinated. She recently started a Thrift Store named Take Two where she's selling clothes that she wore only a few times. The proceeds from the thrift store will help Covid-19 affected patients.
Announcing her venture, Nikki wrote, "Hello People!!! It’s with great pleasure I announce the launch of @take2_thrifttouplift . It’s a passion project that aims to serve various not-for-profit purposes with each drop! The name Take 2 came to be based on the core concept of a #ThriftStore where every product finds a new home and a 2nd life. Take 2 was created to serve a purpose which is to give people a renewed or 2nd chance at a better life. And at the same time the name couldn’t be more apt as an ode to my profession. Keeping in mind these 3 objectives the name Take 2 was born. The first drop is live now !!! Head over to @take2_thrifttouplift & get your hands on some amazing pieces from my wardrobe !!! All the sale proceeds from Take2 will be used towards Covid relief. Much Love (sic))."