The song, which has been composed and sung by music director Koti, highlights the importance of fighting coronavirus by staying at home.
Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna and Varun Tej come together for a song on corona awareness
Chennai - 31 Mar 2020 17:14 IST
Actor Chiranjeevi has joined hands with his colleagues Akkineni Nagarjuna, Varun Tej and Sai Dharam Tej to record a special song to spread the fight against the coronavirus pandemic
Chiranjeevi took to Twitter to share the song. The actor also revealed that they shot for the song from their respective homes. The song has been sung and composed by music director Koti and highlights the importance of fighting coronavirus by staying at home. It also talks about the need to kill the virus by fighting together.
The song has been released as an initiative by the Corona Crisis Charity (CCC), set up by Chiranjeevi to help the daily wage workers of the Telugu film industry.
Meanwhile, several Telugu celebrities on Sunday came forward to donate money to the CCC. Actors Varun, Ravi Teja, Vishwaksen Naidu, Sai Dharam and Sharwanand Myneni came forward to donate funds to the foundation. While Varun and Ravi donated Rs20 lakh each, Sharwanand Rs15 lakh and Sai Dharam and Vishwaksen donated Rs10 lakh and Rs5 lakh, respectively.
Actor Chiranjeev. who is leading from the front with initiatives on behalf of the Telugu film industry, recently announced that he will be donating Rs1 crore to the relief fund.
“The lockdown situation while mandatory to deal with the coronavirus, also adversely impacts the lives of daily wage workers and lower income groups in the country, including the Telugu film industry. Keeping this in mind, I am donating Rs1 crore for providing relief to the film workers,” Chiranjeevi had tweeted.
The lockdown situation while mandatory to deal with the #CoronaCrisis,also adversely impacts the lives of daily wage workers & lower income groups in the country including the #TeluguFilmIndustry.Keeping this in mind I am donating Rs.1 Cr for providing relief to the Film workers.— Chiranjeevi Konidela (@KChiruTweets) March 26, 2020