At a time when people across the globe are finding ways to bust COVID-19 anxiety, Tollywood stars including Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Sai Tej, and Varun Tej join hands for a song on Coronavirus composed by music composer Koti to raise awareness about the coronavirus pandemic. Corona Crisis Charity (CCC) fund has been set up by the Telugu film industry under the supervision of Megastar Chiranjeevi and several senior Telugu stars. It has collected over Rs 5 crore donations and the money will be used to provide relief for all the cine workers who have lost their livelihood due to the 21 days lockdown to prevent the Coronavirus outbreak. Also Read - UP News: 21 Fresh Coronavirus Cases in Gautam Buddh Nagar, Total Tally at 591

The song starts with “We gonna fight corona”. The actors in the song are giving an important message of maintaining hygiene and even staying indoors to win the war against Coronavirus. Ever since it was released, the song has been making rounds on social media and fans are sharing it on social media sites. Also Read - Procure And Stock PPE Kits, Oxygen Masks For 3 Months, Delhi Govt Directs Hospitals Amid Rise in COVID-19 Cases



Chiranjeevi took to social media to share the song. He wrote, “#LetsFightThisVirus Here is a unique song video we recorded and shot while staying at home, to spread the #IndiaFightsCorona message. You too can shoot yourself singing the song on the phone at your homes and send the footage to us and we will edit it, to add you in the video. Send your videos on mail to : creatives4ccc@gmail.com
#UnitedAgainstCorona A #CoronaCrisisCharity initiative #NagarjunaAkkineni @JetPanja @varunkonidela7
#MusicDirectorKoti”.Also Read - Coronavirus in Gurugram: Private Hospitals to Face Action if Patients Refused Treatment

Watch the song here:



The total number of coronavirus cases in India reached 1100, as Delhi witnessed a spike of 28 cases in a single day. Of the total 1,024,  901 are active cases, 95 people have recovered from the disease and 27 have lost their lives, while one patient migrated to another country.