Kannada celebrities have lent their moral and financial support for flood-hit Chennai. Stars like Kiccha Sudeep, Sri Murali, Upendra and many others have prayed for the flood victims.
Expressing his support, Sudeep tweeted, "My heart goes to all those stuck in th floods.Prayers fr nature to calm down n life to get bk normal soon.Th feeling of being helpless,kills. Tnx fr th imm response.Pls put ur heart n pray.Hv always believed tat prayers fr others when selflessly n whole heartedly done,wil b answrd."
Sri Murali, whose "Rathavara" is all set for the release, has also taken to the Twitter and wrote, "#â€ŽChennaiRains rain God please be kind...fighting against Mother Nature...prayers for the safety of everyone in affected areas...be safe."
Senior actress Tara has gone a step further and donated Rs 1 lakh for Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's Relief Fund. Real Star Upendra and Rakshit Shetty have extended their support on Twitter and expressed solidarity by retweeting useful information.
Actress and wife of Ambareesh, Sumalatha, on her Facebook, posted, "Chennai is my birthplace..and the place I started my movie journey..today my heart weeps for the plight of this once wonderful city...but while on the one hand I whole-heartedly applaud the resilience the brave heartedness with which they are fighting this..and the big hearted real heroes volunteering to reach out and help those in need."
The buzz says that many Kannada celebrities are keen to provide financial aid but waiting for the situation to calm down.
Chennai has been badly affected by incessant rain for the past few weeks, leading to the deadly flooding. All communication, connectivity to other places and electricity have been badly hit.
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