Ahead of his birthday, Ram Charan makes his much-awaited Twitter, announces contribution to Coronavirus relief fund after Pawan Kalyan

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It won't be wrong to say that Telugu superstar Ram Charan is nothing less than a phenomenon. Be it on-screen or his real self, fans across the globe can't help but drool over him for the right reason. Now, a day after unveiling the thriller and powerful motion poster and logo of his upcoming film RRR aka Rise Revolt Roar, Ram Charan delighted his admirers by debuting on Twitter today. The superstar who will celebrate his birthday tomorrow, gave his fans yet another reason to admire him by contributing an amount of Rs.70 lacs to the relief fund started by the Central and State Government for those impacted by the rapid spread of Coronavirus.

Ram Charan, on making his debut on Twitter, shared about his contribution. He also informed that his decision came right after Telugu superstar Pawan Kalyan extended his helping hand. "Inspired by Pawan Kalyan Garu's tweet, I would like to contribute Rs 70 lakh towards the centre and states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh relief fund in this moment of crisis. I would like to applaud the commendable efforts of our Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji and Honourable Chief Ministers of our respective states KCR Garu and Jagan Mohan Reddy Garu in curtailing the vast effects of the pandemic COVID 19. As a responsible citizen, I encourage all to strictly abide by their rules and recommendations. Jai Hind," Ram Charan wrote in his statement.  

 

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Pawan, today morning, on Twitter, announced that he will be donating Rs.50 lacs each to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana CM relief fund. In addition to this, he will be contributing Rs. 1 crore to the PM relief fund set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Apart from Pawan and Ram Charan, South actors like Rajinikanth, Vijay Sethupathi, Prakash Raj, Karthi, Suriya and others have contributed to the relief fund launched by the Film Employees Federation of South India Union (FEFSI).

(Source: Twitter)

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