Mahesh Babu adopted Siddhapuram village

Mahesh Babu at Akhil audio launch photos
Mahesh Babu at Akhil audio launch photos

 

Telugu whiz Mahesh Babu is an awesome performing artist as well as an exceptionally humble compassionate person. The star has once in a while augmenting his assistance for inspiring his kin. Also, now with the most recent disclosure the performing artist has declared that he will soon be receiving a whole town named Siddhapuram in Telangana! The on-screen character declared the huge news through his official Twitter handle.

Mahesh tweeted, “After much thought @KTRTRS garu and myself have decided to embrace Siddhapuram town of Kottur mandal in Mahabubnagar region :)”, “Anticipating a valuable and significant excursion ahead :)”

The on-screen character has settled on the choice with the assistance of K.T. Rama Rao who is the Minister for Panchayatraj, Rural Development and Information Technology in Telangana. Much like his part in the film ‘Srimanthudu’, where the on-screen character assumed the part of a mogul heartthrob, Mahesh Babu has taken his part into the reel life. In the film we saw Mahesh returning to his dad’s town and receiving the town to elevate the way of life. It comes a gigantic amazement for the viewing pleasure of anyone passing by the on-screen character step in his genuine too.

Mahesh Babu doubtlessly shows at least a bit of kindness of gold as the star did not falter to assume the enormous liability on his shoulder. We wager the general population of Siddhapuram are pretty much as pleased with the way that a performer like Mahesh Babu has embraced their whole town. On-screen character Mahesh Babu who gave the hit “Srimanthudu” likewise featuring on-screen character Shruti Haasan will next be found in his flicks “Bramhotsavam” and ‘Tapori’. “Bramhotsavam” will by and by see the performing artist in his staple family fellow symbol featuring on-screen character Samantha and Rakul Preet Singh. The film is right now being taped. We acclaim the on-screen character for his liberal demonstration towards Siddhapuram