With assistance and service work from a Tamil film industry, Chennai is resurfacing bit-by-bit

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After a harmful Chennai rains and successive flooding, a city is solemnly limping behind to normalcy.

But for Kollywood and a party world, it will take most longer to stabilise. Nearly a week after Chennai’s record rainfall on a singular day (December 1), dual Tamil films have expelled this Friday, (Dec 11) Aatharva Murali’s Eetti and a small famous Thiruttu Rail. Many screens in Chennai and a suburbs have only singular shows, with footfalls reaching an all time low.

There has frequency been any sharpened in a final 10 days in a city. Meanwhile, several Kollywood stars were concerned in inundate service work. Noted comedian RJ Balaji and actor Siddharth did conspicuous work. Superstar Rajinikanth’s son-in-law, and heading actor Dhanush and his group of NGOs went out of their approach to get food and other essential equipment for a inundate victims. Suriya, famous for his munificent activities by his Agaram foundation, has now shifted their concentration to reconstruction of influenced victimes after doing service work.

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Representational image. Tarique Anwar/Firstpost

Did you ever suppose these stars taking up a pursuit of cleaning adult a sleet scorched city full of garbage? As actor Karthi said: “The need of a hour is to commence a consummate cleaning adult of
a city on a fight footing. Everywhere we go, we see a ruins of decay and large drop left behind by a floods.”

The houses of some of a stars like Siddharth, Vishal, Karthi, Raj Kiran, Kushboo and many others were flooded. An actors organisation formed in Chennai called Nadigar Sangam carried out service operations as well. Suriya’s younger hermit Karthi, who is a partial of Nandigar Sangam said, “Actors and members of Nadigar Sangam are operative turn a time to yield service element to those affected. We are also perplexing to purify adult a disaster left behind by a floods.”

Meanwhile contributions to Tamil Nadu Chief Ministers Relief Fund are pouring in from Bollywood and Tollywood. Shah Rukh Khan has donated Rs 1 crore, while Hrithik Roshan has chipped in with Rs 25 lakhs. From Tollywood, Allu Arjun has donated Rs 25 lakhs . Many actors from Tamil and Telugu film industries, including Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan, Suriya, Dhanush, Sivakarthikeyan, Mahesh Babu, Allu Arjun have so distant contributed income as well.

In an attention where heroines play second fiddle and have singular shade space, Kollywood womanlike actors have also contributed to a service fund, holding assign on this front. Hansika contributed Rs 15 lakhs while an arriving singer like Sri Divya astounded everybody by donating a large Rs 10 lakhs. Nayanthara, Trisha, Anushka, and Ramya Krishnan among others, organized food, preserve and other simple necessities. Shruti Haasan has opted for throng appropriation concession and she is all set to collect RS 4 lakhs by it. Samantha, Varalakshmi, Parvathy Menon and Kajal too have finished their bit for a inundate service work.

With all this outmost help, Chennai is solemnly removing stitched behind together.