Vijay Sethupathi contributes Rs 25 lakh to Tamil Nadu CM COVID-19 fund
Numerous Kollywood famous personalities including Ajith, Rajinikanth and Suriya among others have added to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's Public Relief store (CMPRF).
Actor Vijay Sethupathi contributed Rs 25 lakh to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund (CMPRF) on Tuesday. The actor by fans met TN Chief Minister MK Stalin at the Secretariat on Tuesday and gave over the check for Rs 25 lakh. Numerous Kollywood big names have approached and made gifts to the state's help store in the second floor of the Covid pandemic.
On June 5, actor joke artist Soori had met entertainer and lawmaker Udhayanidhi Stalin and gave over a check worth Rs 10 lakh. He likewise made an extra commitment of Rs 25,000 for the benefit of his little girl Vennila and child Sarvan. Individuals from the Tamil film brotherhood, for example, Ajith, Rajinikanth, Sivakarthikeyan, Shankar, Vetrimaaran, Editor Mohan and his children Jayam Ravi and Mohan Raja, Soundarya Rajinikanth, Sivakumar, Karthi and Suriya, among others, made gifts to the alleviation store prior because of Chief Minister Stalin's appeal to residents to help the public authority in battling the pandemic.
On the expert front, Vijay Sethupathi is on a marking binge. The Vikram Vedha entertainer was most recently seen as a foe in the Telugu film Uppena. He is as of now dealing with the forthcoming Malayalam film 19(1)(a) co-featuring Nithya Menen. It will stamp Vijay Sethupathi's second Malayalam film, after Marconi Mathai, in which he played an all-inclusive appearance close by entertainer Jayaram. Coordinated by debutante Indhu VS, the film is probably going to talk about Freedom of Speech and Expression - the basic right ensured by Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution.
Vijay Sethupathi will likewise be seen in Vignesh Shivan's heartfelt show Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kaadhal, close by Nayanthara and Samantha Akkineni. He will likewise be seen in Maamanithan, which denotes the first run through joint effort between maestro Ilaiyaraaja and his child, writer Yuvan Shankar Raja. Sethupathi's different undertakings incorporate Laabam, Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir and Viduthalai, among others.
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