[Watch] Lost His Home, Helped Fellow People & Now Siddharth Urges India To Stand With Chennai

The Logical Indian

December 8th, 2015 / 10:56 PM

Source: NDTV | Image Courtesy: indianexpress desibucket

Actor Sidhharth who has lost his house for the first time ever in Chennai Floods, become a real hero by extending help through twitter handles.

Speaking exclusively to NDTV, the actor said that the need of the hour is rehabilitation. “We need blankets, bedding and shelters and not food,” he said.

 

Also Read at Siddharth And RJ Balaji’s Relief Efforts & Smart Use of Social Media Deserves Huge Applause

 

 


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