The actor and director Raghava Lawrence is known for his masala and out an out entertaining commercial movies, including, “Shivalinga”, “Don”, “Maass”, and “Kanchana” and so on.
But indeed, the “Man of the different hats, Raghava Lawrence no need to say that he is a well-established celebrity of the Kollywood.
Apart from being a successful actor-director of the Southern cinema, Raghava Lawrence proved himself a great philanthropies or humanitarian with the several social services he did for the lower strata people of India.
Perhaps, if you are not the fan of the Raghava Lawrence then you must not aware of it that he is a great and perfect Samaritan, from more than one decades.
Raghava Lawrence never shows off his Samaritan work much, though, still he holds his responsibility properly. No wonder, why he is having a good reputation and a strong fan base in the Southern industry.
Nowadays, he is getting the good fan following in North India too, all gratitude goes to his Hindi dubbed movies and his meaty and vital presence on the social site.
Throwing the light to his social work is Raghava Lawrence is constantly, doing good works for the poor and economical weak people, which includes, on 2016, Raghava Lawrence saved nearly 130 child lives by donating money for their diseases in order to cure their disease.
On November 16, 2017, Raghava tweeted a message in which he said about the success of his trust’s 141st open heart surgery. The patient was a one-year old Shivani, who was operated upon by doctors and she then turns to be fine.
Hi Dear Friends and Fans..! Our 146th open heart surgery has been success.. pic.twitter.com/6UwYa0abja
— Raghava Lawrence (@offl_Lawrence) April 22, 2018
என் வாழ்க்கை பயணத்தை அழகாகவும், அர்த்தம் உள்ளதாகவும் மாற்றிய என் குழந்தைகளுக்கு நன்றி….! pic.twitter.com/KWY7tXE6aR
— Raghava Lawrence (@offl_Lawrence) April 20, 2018
Hi Dear Friends and Fans.. He is Samuvel he came to me when he was 1 year old and today he is celebrating his 14th birthday with me..I'm very happy to share this with you all.. Need all your blessing for Samuvel pic.twitter.com/m1JL9yuXS3
— Raghava Lawrence (@offl_Lawrence) April 17, 2018
He also called upon other such people, in dire need of help and they can’t afford, Lawrence mentioned that he will be happy to help those people via his trust.
Also in 2016 Chennai flood Raghava Lawrence donated Rs. 1 crore and come forward to help the victim of that catastrophe.
Parents of those children saved by Lawrence, consider him the god as he saved their kids lives, reportedly.
And most important is he never speaks about it publicly, his works speak.
Apart from doing different social service, Raghav Lawrence also conducted and organized several successful surgeries for babies’. He got succeeded in approximately about 128 heart surgeries post treating that 128th child, their mom was extremely happy and display their humble gratitude to Lawrence for rendering his support.
And Lawrence also shared this information once on his social site and writes, “Hi friends and fans, I want to share the good news with you. Our 128th open heart surgery was a success. The kid’s mother is very happy. On this occasion, I thank all my staffs. I am very happy”!
Alongside, he did surgeries for the babies, Raghava Lawrence provides them education and provides support of the Rs. 1 crore to the poor children under his own charity house ‘Kalam’.
The multi-talented personality Raghava Lawrence is showcased his huge heart, by serving the free operation for around 130 poor people, under his own trust, ‘Lawrence Charitable Trust’. The good-hearted Samaritan is always there to support the needy people which are obviously his humble attitude.
Anyway, Raghava Lawrence actually always came forward to bear the expenses and seems like he determined to help needy people which showcase his real philanthropies side.
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