Legendary actor Rajinikanth on Monday met Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin at his office in Chennai and donated Rs 50 lakh to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund as India battles the second wave of covid-19
Earlier on May 14, Soundarya Rajinikanth, her husband Vishagan, father-in-law Vanangamudi and her sister-in-law visited CM Stalin at his office in Chennai to personally hand over the cheque of Rs 1 crore to him. Announcing the news on Twitter, she wrote, “My father-in-law Mr S.S.Vanangamudi, husband Vishagan, his sister and I visited the honorable Chief minister @mkstalin sir this morning to hand over our contribution of 1cr for the chief ministers #CoronaReliefFund from our pharma company Apex laboratories, Makers of #Zincovit (sic).”
Recently Rajinikanth received the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. A photo, posted by Soundarya, shows Thalaivar getting injected with the vaccine. He can be seen wearing a grey shirt and black joggers. He was accompanied by his daughter Soundarya.
On May 11, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin requested public and private organizations to donate to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMPRF) to help in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic. After the appeal, several actors and technicians from the film industry have donated money to help people in need. Among the other celebrities to have made donations included Suriya-Karthi and their father Sivakumar who donated Rs 1 crore, while Ajith donated Rs 25 lakh and Sivakarthikeyan donated Rs 25 lakh. Jayam Ravi and his father Mohan contributed Rs 10 lakh, while director Vetri Maaran donated Rs 10 lakh