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NTR Follows The Footsteps of Ram Charan, Chiranjeevi

Tollywood heroes showing their great gesture towards the people. The star heroes have donated more than 10 crores to the relief fund for the morning itself. Pawan Kalyan started the day by donating 1 crore. Then followed by his brother and son donating 1 crore and 70 lakhs each.

Now, NTR has come to support the relief fund and donated 75 Lakhs. This amount will be going towards AP and Telangana Covid-19 relief funds. He has also given the amount for the Tollywood industry in this lock down time. Recently, Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi announced that there will be a lockdown for 21 days in the state.

Due to this, All the Tollywood film industry has shut down. NTR’s upcoming film RRR has also shut down. However, The team is doing its post-production works. Recently, They released the motion poster and title logo. The motion poster got a huge response from the audience.

Young Tiger NTR has announced a contribution of Rs 75 Lakhs towards Covid-19 Relief. Out of this, 50 Lakhs (25+ 25) shall go to the CM Relief Funds of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. 25 Lakhs shall be given towards the aid of affected Telugu Film Industry Workers.

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