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Thalapathy Vijay to the rescue of 11 Chennai girls stranded in Tuticorin

Tuesday, May 12, 2020 • Tamil Comments

Thalapathy Vijay is much loved in the swashbuckling roles he plays on screen and in real life too he is no less a hero when it comes to the aid of his fans.  Recently the mass hero donated a sum of one crore and thirty lakhs the South Indian governments including Tamil Nadu, Prime Minister Care and the FEFSI union as COVID 19 relief.  He also deposited rupees five thousand to many fans accounts directly to help them face the coronavirus lockdown.

The latest news is that eleven Chennai girls belonging to the same family headed by one Devika went to Tuticorin for a wedding and were caught there due to the nationwide lockdown for coronavirus.  For the past fifty days or so the group was reportedly staying out in temples and bus stands and the little money they had also was run out eventually.

A one time meal itself became a question mark for Devika and the others and she somehow got in touch with a Vijay fan club member in Tuticorin who in turn got in touch with Vijay's close aide Bussy Anand.  When the issue went ot Vijay's ears he immediately urged in fan clubs to coordinate and do the needful for the unfortunate girls.

The Vijay fan club members sought permission from the authorities and have now transported all the eleven girls back to Chennai and they have thanked the star and his followers for the huge relief given to them.

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