Sivakarthikeyan nominated for a special award in the name of Nammalvar

Actor Sivakarthikeyan has set up a name for himself in the Tamil film industry and he is known as a hero who delivers family entertainers. A TV anchor-turned actor, he has a colossal fan following among families and kids. The actor is likewise known for his philanthropic works. At the point when Nel Jayaraman, the Tamil Nadu agriculturalist who battled to save the native paddy varieties, died in 2018, Sivakarthikeyan took over the educational expenses of his child. Following the way of late Nammalvar, an Indian green crusader, Nel Jayaraman had worked hard to promote the preservation of native paddy seeds. He was credited for reclaiming 174 native rice varieties.

At the point when Jayaraman needed medical assistance because of cancer, Sivakarthikeyan visited him and encouraged him in getting him conceded in a popular private hospital, bearing the expense of his treament. At the point when Jayaraman died after a prolonged fight with cancer, his family-wife and child were stranded and Sivakarthikeyan guaranteed to deal with the child’s schooling. In addition, Sivakarthikeyan has been in the front line of aiding ranchers, those needing educational support and ailing actors. As of late, he had stretched out his help to actor Thavasi for his treatment.

To perceive the youthful actor’s efforts, Tamil Nadu Traditional Farmers Protection Sangam and Ainthinai Department of Agriculture and Research Foundation, have decided to present the Nammalvar award on Sivakarthikeyan.

On the film front, Sivakarthikeyan, is busy with his Doctor and Ayalaan. A month ago, the last schedule of Ayalaan was shot in Chennai. The film stars Rakul Preet Singh in the lead and is additionally a rebound film for Isha Koppikar. Directed by R Ravikumar, the film’s music is by AR Rahman and this is the first time when that the maestro is making songs for a Sivakarthikeyan film.

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