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Mahesh Babu Lauds Sanitation Workers For Relentlessly Working During Pandemic

Mahesh Babu took to his Twitter to laud the efforts of all sanitation workers. He expressed gratitude and thanked them for their immense dedication. Read.

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Mahesh Babu recently lauded the efforts of all sanitation workers, who are relentlessly working during the lockdown to keep the public surroundings clean. He addressed them as the frontline staff and thanked them for their services. He said, "My heartfelt gratitude, immense respect and endless love & blessings to each and every one of you." 

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Recently, Mahesh Babu also thanked the Telangana police staff for their efforts during the lockdown. He termed them as warriors 'safeguarding our lives and the health of our families.'. Check out Mahesh Babu's post thanking the Telangana police, here. 

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Mahesh Babu was last seen in Anil Ravipudi's Sarileru Neekevvaru. The movie, starring Mahesh Babu, Rashmika Mandanna in the lead, narrates the tale of an army officer, who is deployed to Kurnool to safeguard the country from external theatres. The Mahesh Babu starrer, which released in January 2020, set the cash registers ringing. 

Meanwhile, Mahesh Babu is in talks with Geetha Govindam director Parasuram for an upcoming movie. The movie is reported to be a family entertainer with an impactful social message. Although the makers have not divulged any casting details, however, there are reports that the movie is currently in the scripting stage. Reports suggest that the movie will be bankrolled by Mythri Movie Makers and MB Entertainment Pvt Ltd.

 

 

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