South actor Dulquer Salmaan has introduced that he will likely be organising a digital meet with three followers as a part of an initiative to lift cash to assist Chennai battle in opposition to coronavirus. On Friday evening, Dulquer took to social media to share that he has joined arms with Chennai Process Pressure (a citizen motion group) and the Kindness Venture to lift funds for COVID-19 aid. Those that will donate may be part of Dulquer for a ten minute Zoom session.
The actor stated he’s doing his bit to assist Chennai battle the pandemic and urged everybody to do the identical.
Making an attempt one thing new right here. Hope you all take this positively. I am becoming a member of arms with @chennaitaskforce and @thekindnessprojectinyou to lift some funds for his or her COVID aid efforts. It additionally provides me an opportunity to satisfy a few of you just about! What we have deliberate is a raffle the place three winners get to talk to me immediately dwell on video!, Dulquer wrote on Instagram.
Hello everybody ! I’m becoming a member of arms with #ChennaiTaskForce and #Thekindnessproject to do a fund raiser for his or her Covid Aid efforts. It’s a raffle and I get an opportunity to work together with a few of you immediately. To enter all it’s a must to do is donate Rs.100 !!! pic.twitter.com/tlFTk2VFz3
— dulquer salmaan (@dulQuer) April 17, 2020
To enter, all it’s a must to do it donate Rs 100! Swipe proper to be taught extra about enter and donate. I’ve performed my bit. I hope this encourages these of you who’ve a join or love for Chennai to do the identical, he added.
Dulquer additionally shared the directions on his Instagram account for folks to donate.
In line with the submit, one has to donate Rs 100 by way of GPAY on the given contact quantity on Saturday between 6pm to 8pm and take a screenshot of the donation and the three winners will likely be introduced on Sunday.
The loss of life toll as a result of COVID-19 rose to 480 and the variety of instances to 14,378 within the nation on Saturday, in response to the Union Well being Ministry.
Tamil Nadu has reported 15 deaths and 1,323 confirmed instances.