During the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, lack of resources has become a major issue Tollywood actor Rana Daggubati has come to the rescue of 400 tribal families to do his bit.
The actor went out of his way to help the tribal families of Nirmal district who have minimal access to even the basic necessities during the pandemic. The people in an entire cluster of villages were provided with groceries and medicines to help them tide through this time. Allampally and Baba Naik Randa Gram panchayats and hamlets consisting of Gurram Madhira, Pala Regadi, Addala Timmapur, Misala Bhumanna Gudam, Gagannapet, Kaniram Tanda, Chintagudam, Gonguram Guda and Kadem Mandal have received help from the actor for a while now.
On the work-front, Rana Daggubati was last seen in Aranya, which hit screens before the lockdown. He has shot for Venu Udugula’s Virata Parvam, apart from Sagar K Chandra’s Telugu remake of Ayyappanum Koshiyum, also starring Pawan Kalyan. While Rana has already resumed shooting for Virata Parvam and his film with Pawan, both have been put on hold due to the pandemic. Further details are awaited.