Mohan Babu adopts eight villages amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Mohan Babu not just donated money to Corona Crisis Charity but also extended a helping hand to eight villages.
Written By Anoop Sai Bandi | Updated: April 08, 2020 14:22 IST
Mohan Babu adopts eight villages amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Amidst the ongoing coronavirus crisis, many people are contributing their bit to fight against the virus. Many celebrities have donated crores of money to the government to battle against corona. Meanwhile, Manchu Mohan Babu and his family decided to adopt eight villages during these crisis times.
They are also providing free meals two times a day to all the poor families from the Chandragiri constituency. They are also supplying eight tonnes of vegetables every day for the people in need. This is an incredible gesture from Manchu family members. It is commendable on their part to do this help instead of just donating the money. Along with Mohan Babu, his children Manchu Vishnu, Lakshmi and Manoj are also doing their bit in helping this initiative.
Philanthropy is a not new thing for Mohan Babu. The actor runs an educational institution near Tirupati. This institute offers education from KG to PG. Many students over there get free education based on their academic performance as well as the financial background.
Meanwhile, coronavirus is spreading like a wildfire all over the world. Over 14 lakh people got infected with the disease and more than 82000 people have lost their lives. In India, the cases crossed 5000 and 149 people have lost their lives for it. The entire country is under lockdown right now.
On the career front, Mohan Babu will be next seen in the film Soorarai Pottru. Starring Suriya in the lead role, this film will release in Telugu as Aakashame Nee Haddura. Sudha Kongara is directing this project. It will hit the screens by the end of this summer.
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