If a hero does charitable works, that should be promoted to the maximum extent by any media so that other heroes and technicians would get inspired. But then, fake charitable works and fake publicity make the status of a hero merely demeaned.
That's what we are talking about the incident that is connected to Natasimham Nandamuri Balakrishna and veteran cricketer Yuvraj Singh.
Yuvraj tweeted, "Wishing a very Happy Birthday to Nandamuri Balakrishna sir. Keep inspiring the world with your entertaining performances and humanitarian activities. My best wishes #HappyBirthdayNBK @basavatarakam."
Had Balakrishna's fans expressed their happiness, their gesture could have been said to be 'decent'. But then, did you know what had happened? It's something like Telugu idiom 'Kothiki Kobbarikaya', Balakrishna fans kept on trolling mega fans. On the other hand, some casteist Youtube channels like 'VP Telugu' (name changed) cooked up the stories with the heading, "When I was suffered from cancer, Balakrishna took all that care needed." Trash....trash..trash!! But then, what is true?
In fact, Balakrishna aggressively visited the USA and other places to raise the funds for his 'Basavaramatarakam Cancer Hospital' for many years. Impressed with Balayya's campaigning, many NRIs of his caste donated huge funds to cancer hospital.
In the meanwhile, Yuvraj Singh, who had done a great fight with his disease, became recuperated from the disease. Eventually, Yuvraj established a foiundation named 'You We Can Foundation' and offered financial aid to cancer hospitals across the country. As Balakrishna approached him Yuvraj donated medical aid worth a few lakhs. The news was published by the media and websites then and Balakrishna's fans can go for a check.
To sum up, 'IT WAS YUVI WHO HELPED BALAYYA CANCER HOSPITAL BUT NOT BALAYYA TO YUVI'.