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Chiranjeevi is ready to beg the corporate companies for donations to help poor in cinema industry; reveals in an interview

Megastar Chiranjeevi is always first to extend his helping hand for those who are in need of support and he says that he will make sure everyone gets the help
by Xappie Desk | April 20, 2020 15:13 IST
Chiranjeevi is ready to beg the corporate companies for donations to help poor in cinema industry; reveals in an interview

Megastar Chiranjeevi always helped people through his Chiranjeevi Charitable Trust. He never asked for donations from anyone but this time, he extended the trust with an initiative called Corona Crisis Charity. Chiranjeevi collected a lot of money and supplied the groceries and other materials to the poor workers in the cinema industry. Chiranjeevi revealed that they have donated these supplies for three months to all the families. On the other side, Chiranjeevi revealed to the news daily that he is even ready to beg for money to help his extended family in the film industry.

 
Megastar Chiranjeevi told that he used some of his personal money as well as the money that came through donations. Interestingly, Chiranjeevi made comments that he maintains a close relationship with corporate companies. Chiranjeevi revealed that he would beg these corporate companies if he needs more money to help the poor in the cinema industry. Chiranjeevi mentioned the company names like GMR, GVK, and Mega Engineering.
 
Chiranjeevi thanked the people like N Shankar, Meher Ramesh and Thammareddy for taking care of the distribution of relief material. Chiranjeevi is also happy that he could help a lot of people through this charity. Right now, Chiranjeevi is focusing on his career. Chiranjeevi is in talks to set up his line up of movies.
 
If the buzz is true, Chiranjeevi will start Lucifer's remake after Acharya. Koratala Siva is the director of Acharya. Kajal Aggarwal is the heroine. Sujeeth is in talks to direct Lucifer remake. Ram Charan will act in Acharya and Lucifer's remake. Stay tuned to us for more details.
 


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