Dulquer Salmaan, Rajinikanth Nayanthara extend Puthandu greetings, urge people to stay indoors

Rajinikanth, Hema Malini, Dulquer Salmaan and several other celebrities took to social media to extend their Puthandu greetings

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Dulquer Salmaan, Rajinikanth Nayanthara extend Puthandu greetings, urge people to stay indoors

Celebrities wished fans and netizens on the occasion of Puthandu or the Tamil New Year on April 14.
Puthandu falls on the first day of the Tamil month Chithirai.

Superstar Rajinikanth wished his fans and followers on Puthandu 2020. “May this Tamil New Year be
good and peaceful for all. Special thanks to Rajini fan club members for their tireless social service in
these difficult times. Please follow the instructions by the government and authorities to stay safe,” he
tweeted.

Actor-turned-politician Hema Malini asked people to celebrate the festival in their homes. “Let us pray
for a new corona free year where all normalcy is restored & we are able to resume all our frozen
activities in a happy frame of mind, without any fear!" the original Dream Girl tweeted.

Actress Nayanthara wished her fans Happy Puthandu as well, while Hansika Motwani took to her Insta stories to wish her fans on Tamil New Year.

Actor Dulquer Salmaan extended his wishes to his fans and followers on Tamil New Year 2020. He urged
people to stay home and remain safe during the lockdown.

Music composer and director Devi Sri Prasad wished his fans a very happy “musical” Tamil New Year

Actress and model Niddhi Agerwal tweeted to greet her fans on Puthandu 2020. She requested them to stay home and be safe.

Puthandu celebrations this year have been a subdued due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus. People have been staying indoors during the nationwide lockdown that has been imposed by the government to restrict the spread of COVID-19.

In India, coronavirus has so far claimed over 330 lives and more than 10,300 people have been infected.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the nation earlier today had extended the lockdown till 3 May.

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