MM Keeravani and son Kaala Bhairava donate plasma for the second time

In the final week of July, SS Rajamouli revealed on social media that he and his family members have tested ‘mildly positive’ for COVID-19. After recovering from the pandemic by confining themselves to home quarantine for two weeks, the 46-year-old filmmaker along with wife Rama and brother MM Keeravani took part in the plasma donation campaign and urged all the survivors of the virus to come forward and donate plasma which would help fight infection in those still suffering from it.

Meanwhile, on Monday, Keeravani and his son Kaala Bhairava have donated plasma for the second time at a private hospital in Hyderabad. As antibodies are still active in their blood, the duo has voluntarily come forward to have a check-up and donate the same. Sharing a picture from the bed, the legendary musician wrote on his Twitter handle “As they found antibodies still active in our blood, myself and my son donated plasma for second time at KIMS. No need to worry about donating more than once. Feeling good again”

Happening music composer of Telugu cinema, Kaala Bhairava shared a solo picture of himself from the hospital and wrote “Just got done with my 2nd time voluntary plasma donation 🙂 Gentle reminder to everyone who’ve recovered from covid please get tested for antibodies and donate plasma… We matter a lot #DonatePlasmaSaveLives”

On the work front, Keeravani is occupied with SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus RRR (Roudram Ranam Rudhiram) and Krish Jagarlamudi’s period-drama with Pawan Kalyan. Almost 70% shoot of RRR has been wrapped up before the lockdown and very soon, the remaining portions are expected to be shot. Coming to PSPK 27, a 15-day first schedule took place way back in March and the pre-look poster was unveiled on PK’s birthday.