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Akshay Kumar donates Rs 1.5 crores for the first transgender home in Chennai

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The ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ duo – actor Akshay Kumar and director Raghav Lawrence will be building home for transgenders for the first time in Chennai. Raghav took to his social media handle and shared about this new project for uplifting transgenders by providing shelter to them. Also thanking Akshay for donating Rs. 1.5 crores for the same.

Sharing a few pictures, Raghava wrote “I would like to share one good news, Akshay Kumar sir is donating 1.5 crores for building transgender home for the first time in India. As everyone is already aware that Lawrence Charitable Trust has been initiating various projects for education, home for kids , medical and physically abled dancers. Our trust is now entering into its 15th year. We wanted to celebrate this 15th year by initiating a new project for uplifting transgenders by providing shelter for them(sic).

Lawrence continued, “Our trust has provided the land and we were looking forward to raising funds for the building, so during ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ shoot I was talking to Akshay sir about the trust projects and transgender’s home, immediately after hearing this without even me asking he told he will donate 1.5 cores for building transgender’s home.

The director also said that he considers everyone who helped him in this project as a god, so now Akshay is a god for him. Raghav thanked him for lending his support for this project. Raghava further added, “Our trust next vision is to uplift transgender’s and provide shelter for them all over India with Akshay Kumar’s sir support. I thank him in behalf of all transgender’s. we will inform the bhoomi pooja date soon. I need all your blessing.

Meanwhile, talking about ‘Laxmmi Bomb’, the film is produced by Cape of Good Films in association with Shabinaa Entertainment & Tusshar Entertainment House. It also stars Kiara Advani in the lead role. ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ is Hindi remake of Tamil film ‘Muni 2: Kanchana’ and is scheduled to hit the screens on June 5, 2020.

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