Popular Kollywood filmmaker and actor, Raghava Lawrence, who is also known for his generous nature as he runs an orphanage and helps the needy people. The Kanchana helmer, who recently donated Rs 3 crore for the for relief funds, is spending a few more crore to serve a helping hand to various people. Now, the news has emerged that few kids from the orphanage, which is operated by his trust, have got infected by COVID-19.
The filmmaker confirmed the news and released a statement, which reads, "I Hope the service I do will save my kids. My thanks to S.P Velumani sir Honourable minister of local administration. Hi friends and fans, you all are aware that I run a trust for orphanage children. 1 week back few kids had initially shown symptoms of fever and when tested 18 children and 3 staff members were tested positive for Coronavirus, which included 2 physically abled staff. This made me so upset but after speaking to the doctors they told me that the kids are showing significant improvement in the medication and are very healthy. Their fever levels are down and their temperatures are back to normal. It's told that everyone will be discharged at the earliest once the virus is tested negative. My thanks to Thiru.S.P.VeIumani, honourable Minister of Local Administration for responding immediately and helping at this situation. I extend my thanks to honourable health minister Vijaya Baskar sir's PA Ravi sir and Corporation Commisioner G.Prakash sir for following this up. I Hope the service I do will save my kids. Everyone pray for the kids to recover soon. service is god"
Meanwhile, Raghava Lawrence is also making his directorial debut in Bollywood with Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani's Laxmmi Bomb. The Khiladi of Bollywood plays the lead character who gets possessed by the spirit of a transgender, Kiara Advani, on the other hand, will be seen as his ladylove in the film. Laxmmi Bomb is the official Hindi remake of Tamil horror-comedy, Muni 2: Kanchana, which was helmed, Raghava Lawrence. It was scheduled to hit the screens during the Eid weekend but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the makers have pushed the release of the film.
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