Tamil actor Rajinikanth will now be a part of Lyca Group's Gnanam Foundation in order to present 150 homes to displaced Tamils in a two-day-long event organized in Jaffna, Sri Lanka on April9.
Gnanam Foundation has constructed the homes for there location of displaced Sri Lankan Tamils affected by the civil war as part of the 'Lyca Housing Scheme' in Chinna Thampan and Puliyankulam regions in Vavuniya district in the Northern Province of Sri Lanka.
"When we approached Rajinikanth to grace the event as the chief guest, he readily agreed to be part of the function", Raju Mahalingam, Creative Head of Lyca Productions, said in a statement.
"Rajinikanth will officially hand over the keys to Tamils on April 10 in Vavuniya. The whole project has been completed at a cost of Rs 22 crore."
On work front, Rajinikanth is currently part of director Shankar's "2.0", which is being produced by Lyca Productions.