The powerhouse of talent Ranveer Singh turned 35 today (July 6). As the clock struck midnight, fans of the actor showered their love, admiration and good wishes on him. While messages continue flowing in for Ranveer, one of his fan clubs walked the extra mile and did something special on their beloved baba's 35th birthday.
The fan club named 'Ranveer Ka Fanclub', on this special occasion, decided to re-colour a government school in Sikandari village in Madhya Pradesh. Under the initiative titled 'Ranveer Ke Rang Mein', the group of fans painted the school building along with a caricature of the Bajirao Mastani actor. Keeping the Coronavirus pandemic and the need for digital education in mind, the group also contributed two computers to the school.
No doubt Ranveer Singh has a humungous fanbase across the country and many overseas as well. One of his most dedicated fan club called @ranveer_ka_fanclub and its admin @stetho.and.ink has done some incredible things as a gift to the actor on his birthday. Instead of spending money of gifts and cakes, they decided to help the ones in need. The fanclub got their local neighborhood school painted and even donated computers for the students! Last year too, they adopted a village and provided them with solar electricity! Here's Wishing The Powerhouse @ranveersingh A Very Happy 35th Birthday! #RanveerSingh #HappyBirthdayRanveerSingh #Favourite #PowerHouse #instadaily #snehzala
The founder of the fan club, in a statement, told that just like Ranveer's energetic and colourful personality, the newly re-coloured school will play a key role in boosting the morale and interest of students to attend lectures. He said the computers will enable them to understand the digital world and technology better.
On Ranveer's birthday last year, the fan club installed 5 solar street lights and 5 house lights in a small village called Akaloli under the initiative Ranveer Gram Program.
(Source: Instagram/Sneh Zala)