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Prakash Raj On Helping The Needy During Lockdown: 'Will Take Loan & Continue Reaching Out'

Prakash Raj revealed that he is running out of funds. However, the actor also said he would continue helping the needy, even if it requires him to take a loan

Prakash Raj

With the nationwide lockdown in place, many people have lost their livelihood; helping the needy is South Indian actor Prakash Raj. On Monday, Prakash Raj took to his social media, to announce that he would take a loan to support the needy but will not withdraw his support. Recently, reports stated that the actor has fostered 1000 families at his house, and is providing them with all necessities. 

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Following Prakash Raj's social media post, fans heaped praises at the actor's efforts and also extended their support. Recently, on his birthday, Prakash Raj revealed that he has given shelter to 11 people from Chennai, Pondicherry, and Khammam. He also revealed that he had paid a three-month advance salary to his employees at home, farm and production house. 

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Meanwhile, on the professional front, Prakash Raj has multiple movies at different stages of production. He has Siva's Annaatthe, SS Rajamouli's RRR, and Venu Sriram's Vakeel Saab in his kitty. While Annaatthe stars Rajinikanth, Nayanthara, Keerthy Suresh, Meena, and Kushboo in the lead, RRR  stars Ram Charan and Jr NTR. All of the abovementioned movies are slated to hit the screens in the year ahead. 




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