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Rajinikanth Donates Rs 50 Lakh To Tamil Nadu CM Relief Fund For Fight Against COVID-19

Chennai: Amid the coronavirus pandemic in India, a number of movie celebrities have come forth to do their bit and donate for the battle in opposition to the lethal an infection. Now, celebrity Rajinikanth has come ahead to assist as Tamil Nadu battles coronavirus. Also Read – Rajinikanth Returns Home After Completing Annaatthe Shooting, Wife Latha Welcomes Him With Traditional Aarti

Rajinikanth met Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Monday and donated Rs 50 lakh to assist in the battle in opposition to coronavirus within the state. This has come days after Rajinikanth took the second dose of Covid-19 vaccine. Also Read – Next Level Swagaat: This Paanwale Bhaiya Welcomes His (*50*) in The Most Entertaining Way | Watch

Earlier on May 14, even Rajinikanth’s daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth, her husband Vishagan, father-in-law Vanangamudi and her sister-in-law visited Chief Minister MK Stalin’s workplace and donated Rs 1 crore. She then took to Twitter sharing the information and wrote, “My father-in-law Mr S.S.Vanangamudi, husband Vishagan, his sister and I visited the honorable Chief minister @mkstalin sir this morning to hand over our contribution of 1cr for the chief ministers #CoronaReliefFund from our pharma company Apex laboratories, Makers of #Zincovit (sic).” Also Read – Rajinikanth Shares Candid Moment With Annaatthe Director Siva in This Rare Picture

As India battles the second wave of lethal coronavirus, lack of oxygen cylinders and medicines has additionally develop into a serious reason behind concern. With this, a number of actors have come forth to assist. While Sonu Sood has changed into a real-life hero and is responding to SOS requests and amplifying sources, the worldwide icon Priyanka Chopra has initiated a fundraiser too. Other celebrities together with Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Priyanka Chopra, Akshay Kumar, Bhumi Pedkekar, Shilpa Shetty are additionally serving to to battle coronavirus.

Meanwhile, India recorded a slight dip in contemporary COVID-19 circumstances on Monday with 2.81 lakh new infections in 24 hours with 4,106 deaths.

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