This Article is From Nov 20, 2018

Tamil Actors, Including Rajinikanth, Donate To Cyclone Gaja Relief Fund

Along with Rajinikanth, other popular stars who donated money for the relief fund include Vijay, Suriya and Vijay Sethupathi.

Tamil Actors, Including Rajinikanth, Donate To Cyclone Gaja Relief Fund

Cyclone Gaja has wreaked havoc in nearly a dozen districts of Tamil Nadu. (File)

Highlights

  • Actor Suriya was among the first Tamil stars to come forward
  • Superstar Rajinikanth today announced relief materials worth Rs 50 lakh
  • Vijay donated around Rs 40 lakh to 9 bank accounts of his fan club heads
Chennai:

Popular Tamil actors such as superstar Rajinikanth, Vijay, Suriya and Vijay Sethupathi among others have come forward to donate to the cyclone Gaja relief fund.

As cyclone Gaja has wreaked havoc in nearly a dozen districts of Tamil Nadu and rescue operations are underway, members of the Tamil film fraternity have joined hands to do their bit.

Actor Suriya was among the first Tamil stars to come forward and lend support.

Suriya, along with his father Mr Sivakumar, brother Karthi and wife Ms Jyotika have together donated a sum of Rs 50 lakh as relief fund through various NGOs in the cyclone Gaja affected areas.

In a statement, Mr Suriya said that it was heart-wrenching to see the Delta region being affected severely and added that it's the duty of everyone to extend support to this region.

Superstar Rajinikanth, in a statement, today announced relief materials worth Rs 50 lakh towards the relief fund.

Basking in the success of his latest Tamil film "Sarkar", Actor Vijay has donated around Rs 40 lakh to 9 bank accounts of his fan club heads to help those affected by cyclone Gaja.

Actor Vijay Sethupathi, last seen in Tamil film "96", has announced a relief fund of Rs 25 lakh to be spent towards buying rechargeable torch lights and saplings for those whose farms have been destroyed by cyclone Gaja.

Actor-producer Sivakarthikeyan donated Rs 10 lakh to the Tamil Nadu CM relief fund in addition to Rs 10 lakh worth of relief materials.



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