Choreographer, actor, and director Raghava Lawrence who is known for his charity work gets an honor. He will be awarded the ‘Mother Teresa’ award today by Mother Teresa Charitable Trust in Chennai by Narayana Samy, the CM of Puducherry.
Lawrence has always been the first one to come forward to help the poor and needy. Lawrence was also one among the supporters for the Jallikattu protest in Tamil Nadu in January 2017. He provided food, medicine and basic needs to the protesters. Lawrence also adopted a few orphans and donated a huge amount to the Kerala flood victims recently.
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