Karthikeya 2 & The Kashmir Files Producers Adopts A Telangana Village- Deets Inside
Abhishek Aggarwal, the director of hit films like “The Kashmir Files” and “Karthikeya 2,” has adopted a hamlet in the Rangareddy region of Telangana.
Abhishek Aggarwal, the director of hit films like The Kashmir Files and Karthikeya 2 has adopted a hamlet in the Rangareddy region of Telangana.
The producer chose a village by the name of Thimmapur in the Kandukuru Mandal of the Rangareddy district. It’s significant to mention that Thimmapur is where Union Minister G. Kishan Reddy was born. The producer adopted Thimmapur hamlet in honour of his father Tej Narayan Aggarwal’s 60th birthday. He also formed the Chandrakala Foundation to support the neighbourhood. Recently, the Chandrakala Foundation held its third Sarthak Divas.
Numerous celebrities were present for the occasion, which was also attended by students from Thimmapur. Actor Anupam Kher spoke at the occasion and said: “Abhishek Agarwal adopted a village on the day of his father’s birthday, which makes him extremely happy. Those who carry out brave acts are praised by all. We stand with Abhishek Agarwal. We’ll run into one another at Thimmapur. I wish the best for all the students.” The boat wouldn’t be moving forward if it was scared of the seas. One cannot vanquish those who try.
You all ought to have bright futures. Professional badminton player P.V. Sindhu claimed that adopting a village wasn’t an easy undertaking. It explained how the family had decided to provide the locals with all of the necessities. She gave the young people of the community advice on how to succeed in school and set a good example for others. The cornerstone of India, according to filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri, is found in its rural areas. Villages are the centres of both civilization and culture. Such villages need to be led down the path of development by genuine patriotism and dharma. It’s wonderful that Abhishek Agarwal is dedicated to making Thimmapur the ideal, independent hamlet.