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Adivi Sesh captivates Cancer Patients

Friday, November 3, 2023 • Telugu Comments
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Adivi Sesh has carved a distinct niche for himself in Tollywood, specializing in the realm of intelligent thrillers. He has left an indelible mark on the audience's imagination with captivating films like "Kshanam" (2016), "Evaru" (2019), "Major" (2022), and "HIT: The Second Case" (2022). Not only is he renowned for his compelling cinematic endeavors, but his generous and altruistic nature has also endeared him to many.

One of the most heartwarming instances of Adivi Sesh's benevolence was his touching interaction with cancer patients. He managed to win the hearts and appreciation of all by brightening the lives of those battling cancer. Adivi Sesh is a man of many talents, dedicating his time to various activities. While he excels in lead roles in his movies, he also showcases his prowess as a writer. As he embarks on his latest project, "G2," a sequel to his blockbuster "Goodachari," Adivi Sesh took a special pause to spend quality time with children courageously fighting cancer.

Known for his philanthropic efforts, Adivi Sesh paid a visit to St. Jude India Childcare Centre, an organization he has visited multiple times. This visit was particularly special because it coincided with the organization's founding day celebration. It's evident that the actor had an exceptional time connecting with the children during his visit.

Speaking about his experience, Adivi Sesh shared his sentiments, "St Jude is an amazing place. I've been fortunate to visit on a few occasions. I've met children as young as 3, all the way up to 16, who are courageously battling cancer. The organization has been remarkable in its support for underprivileged families. Celebrating with these children on their founding day was truly heartwarming. We shared cake, balloons, and most importantly, we danced and laughed together. They have a 30-minute dancing session every day because, in the fight against cancer, happiness is just as essential."

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