Actor-director Sasikumar took time out to volunteer with the police officials in Madurai to create awareness about the novel coronavirus.
Celebrities down South are leaving no stone unturned to spread awareness about the novel coronavirus outbreak. While many popular stars are coming up with creative videos from their home, actor-director Sasikumar took to the streets of Madurai to ensure that people are abiding by the lockdown rules.
He joined hands with Madurai Police Department and spent an entire day volunteering with them in a motive to curb the spread of the deadly disease. The actor was seen advising people on the streets to stay indoors and explained to them why it’s important to do so.
He also pointed out how doctors and police officials are working tirelessly, away from their families, in order to protect the lives of the commoners.
A video of the actor, volunteering with the cops of Madurai, was circulating on social media. The actor’s kind gesture won the hearts of many.
Here are a few pictures:
It is worth mentioning that actress Nikhila Vimal, who played the female lead in Karthi’s Thambi, recently volunteered at a call centre in Kannur, Kerala to help the people affected due to lockdown.
On the professional front, Sasikumar is in talks to play the lead in the Tamil remake of hit Malayalam film, Ayyappanum Koshiyum. The film was about an ego clash between a police officer named Ayyappan Nair, played by Biju Menon, and a retired havildar named Koshy Kurien, essayed by Prithviraj.
He has also completed shooting for a film titled MGR Magan, directed by Ponram. The film was supposed to release in April. However, it got postponed due to the crisis.
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