The second wave of COVID-19 has created havoc in the country. As India battles the deadly Coronavirus, celebrities from the South are doing their best to help the people in times of need. An endearing video was shared on social media wherein a man in need thanked the Chiranjeevi Charitable Trust Oxygen Bank and Ram Charan for saving his mother's life. After the video was shared on social media, the RRR actor made a tweet. He appreciated the efforts of the ground staff team going the extra mile and making the Oxygen Bank mission a great success.
On Twitter, a man stated that "As soon as I got to know about Chiranjeevi Charitable Trust’s Oxygen Bank, I reached out to them for help. The team immediately came to our rescue with the cylinder and assembled it for us. I can’t thank Chiranjeevi Garu and Ram Charan Garu for taking up this noble initiative and helping us out. I want to convey my heartfelt thanks to our district in charge for the bank, P Bhavani Ravi Kumar and his team for taking the efforts. Their help is unforgettable."
Mega Power star Ram Charan took to his Twitter to appreciate the ground staff of the NGO for their enormous efforts in going the extra mile and making the Oxygen Bank mission a great success. He tweeted, “Team Anantapur your kindness is appreciated! #ChiranjeeviOxygenBanks @chiranjeevi_CT @KChiruTweets” Take a look at the tweet made by Ram Charan below:
Meanwhile, amidst the pandemic, superstar Chiranjeevi and his son, actor Ram Charan have been doing their best to help the needy. On the work front, Ram Charan has RRR in the pipeline. The film is directed by SS Rajamouli and stars Jr NTR, Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn too. Also Read: RRR: Alia Bhatt, Ram Charan, NTR Jr Starrer To Release In 10 Languages Including Foreign Languages; Netflix Acquires Digital Streaming Rights
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