Pawan Kalyan pens a gratitude note for Ram Charan, Allu Arjun for contributing to family of deceased



Pawan Kalyan rang in his birthday on September 3. In an unfortunate turn of events ahead of the actor’s birthday, three of his fans passed away after getting electrocuted while erecting a banner to mark the celebrations. Producer Boney Kapoor, Allu Arjun, Ram Charan among others instantly stepped in and offered compensation to the kin of the deceased.

Allu Arjun has also made a contribution and announced that he will be contributing Rs 2 lakh to each of the families. He had written, “I am very saddened by the demise of Pawan Kalyan garu’s fans yesterday in an unfortunate accident. My Deepest condolences to their families & dear ones. I would like to extend my support by donating an amount of rupees 2 Lakh each to the their families. I heart fully appreciate all fans and people who have been volunteering & extending their support.”

Pawan went on to laud Arjun’s gesture and wrote, “It’s noble gesture ‘Bunny’for standing by victim’s families. Your gesture is not just giving money but truly it’s sharing the pain of the family members. Thank you on the behalf of  the bereaved family members”

But earlier this morning, Pawan went on to thank Tollywood’s Bunny once again on Twitter and penned a gratitude note for Arjun. He wrote,, “My heartfelt thanks to Sri @alluarjun garu for standing by the families of deceased, by giving 6 lakhs( 2lakhs to each). My Good wishes to you.”

That’s not all, Pawan also penned a note for nephew Ram Charan and wrote, “My heartfelt thanks to Sri @AlwaysRamCharan for his kindhearted gesture of sending Rs 7.5 lakhs(2.5 to each) to the 3 deceased Janasainiks families, who had lost their lives in a tragic accident in Chittoor. Your compassionate gesture will be remembered. Thank you.”

Pawan will next be seen in Vakeel Saab and if rumours are anything to go by, the shoot of the film will resume soon.

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