B-town Prays for Chennai Flood Victims

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Mumbai; Dec.3: With Chennai going through its worst phase, Bollywood celebs have joined their hands in prayers. Though the rains that started pouring on November 30 have stopped, the conditions are deteriorating every day.

Showing his condolences, Shah Rukh Khan took to his Twitter and wrote, "May God look after all our brothers & sisters in Chennai. Nature's fury is strong may we all have the strength to fight it. Insha Allah."

Amitabh took to Twitter to praise the relief work in the state. "Chennai deluged..!! Prayers for safety and calm soon... So heartwarming to see immense voluntary help coming by!!," he wrote.

Saluting the relief workers, actress-producer Dia Mirza tweeted, "Salute all the people who are helping #Chennai overcome the floods. This humanity needs to shine in development plans."

Rishi Kapoor posted a series of Chennai helpline numbers on his micro-blogging site.

"Chennai Helpline numbers. Please circulate thanks!," he captioned it. Actress Raveena Tandon feels such calamities should be a wake up call for metro cities.

 Others celebs like Abhishek Bachchan, Varun Dhawan and Farhan are sending their prayers to the victims.

"Thoughts and prayers with the people more severely affected. #Chennai Floods," Abhishek posted.

"My heart goes out to all the victims of the #Chennai Floods. Praying for them and their families," wrote Varun.

Farhan tweeted, "Thoughts are with all those affected by the deluge in Chennai."

Actress Parineeti Chopra urged people to help the needy. "Mumbai went through the same thing a few years ago. It's time to help someone else. Please help Chennai!"

 Praising people's effort to help Chennai victims, Juhi Chawla tweeted, "Heartening to see so many people involved and working to bring relief and rescue in chennai."

Actress Sonakshi Sinha wrote, "Praying for all affected in the #ChennaiFloods... Hope all gets ok soon!"

Anil Kapoor tweeted, "As #ChennaiFloods continue to wreak havoc, stories of brave folks opening up their homes and hearts to save others offer a sliver of hope!"

Meanwhile, the 'Rang De Basanti' star Siddharth shared images of his house, which was flooded due to the nonstop rains on his Twitter handle and is even helping out those affected by the downpour.

The actor has also urged his followers to de-clutter roads and has been operating relief work since then.

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