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Srimanthudu: Mahesh Babu-starrer inspired Telangana man to build a village school

The 2015 movie is all about a young man adopting his ancestral village and improving its infrastructure and people

Megha Mukundan
Nov 11, 2021
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Tollywood actor Mahesh Babu took to his social media on Wednesday to share euphoric news. His 2015 film Srimanthudu has served as an inspiration behind the construction of a high school in Telangana’s Kamareddy district. He thanked the businessman-philanthropist Subhash Reddy who donated Rs 6 crore for the government school. 

The actor was responding to the school’s inauguration tweet of the state’s Industry and Information Technology Minister KT Rama Rai, and Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy. “You are a true hero...We need more people like you,” reads his tweet. 

Minister KTR has tweeted the pictures of the school and the inaugural function. He had revealed in his speech that the Mahesh Babu film has inspired Subhash Reddy. He was all praise for the enthusiasm for the construction of a government school on par with a private-run school. He opined that Reddy had set a new benchmark.

The minister also added that had he known the background, he would have invited Mahesh Babu for the ceremony. The minister also added he would invite the actor after the work of a junior college of the area gets completed. In response to this, the actor tweeted he would be happy to attend the function with his entire team of Srimanthudu. 

The 2015 action-drama Srimanthudu, helmed by Koratala Siva, is all about Harsha, an idealistic son of a multimillionaire. The titular character is played by Mahesh Babu, who develops an entire village with his friend, played by Shruti Haasan. It also features Jagapati Babu and Rajendra Prasad in pivotal roles, among others.


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