Ram Charan Request to Cancels his Birthday Celebration 2020 Due to COVID-19 Spread

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Ram Charan Request To Cancels His Birthday Celebration 2020 Due To COVID 19 Spread
Ram Charan Request to Cancels his Birthday Celebration 2020 Due to COVID-19 Spread

Mega Power Star Ram Charan Request to Cancels his Birthday Celebration 2020 Due to COVID-19 Spread and to avoid a high risk of getting infected by the virus. Ram Charan, who celebrates his birthday on March 27 has canceled his birthday celebration and has requested his fans to avoid public gathering for his birthday celebration.

Ram Charan has released an official press note urging the mega fans to avoid public gatherings, spread awareness about COVID19 and also to cancel his birthday celebrations for 2021 and be safe from the coronavirus.

Ram Charan released a statement on social media on Wednesday morning. “I understand the love you have for me and the efforts you’re putting in to celebrate my birthday. But you know how dire the situation is in the world now,” he wrote, adding, “In such a situation, it is better to follow directives and avoid holding crowded events. Keeping this in mind, I urge my fans to not celebrate my birthday this year,” the statement read.

In addition, Ram Charan asked his fans to spread awareness as a birthday present to him. “Please instead put in efforts in following the steps and spreading awareness about coronavirus. That’s the gift I want this year for my birthday and I hope with all my heart that you heed my request,” he added.

Ram Charan Request To Cancels His Birthday Celebration 2020 Due To COVID 19
Ram Charan Request to Cancels his Birthday Celebration 2020 Due to COVID-19 Spread

Recently, Ram Charan and Jr. NTR joined the conscious movement and reached out to people in their own small way. The two together appeared in a video to explain the precautions recommended by WHO and urged people not to panic and stay safe. The number of novel coronavirus cases in the country rose to 147 on Tuesday, with 10 fresh cases reported from various parts of the country, according to the Health Ministry. The cases include 25 foreign nationals and the three persons who died in Delhi, Karnataka, and Maharashtra.