Fans trend #justiceforChandan on social media; the actor thanks everyone for their support

Nearly a day after the news of the Kannada actor Chandan Kumar being assaulted at his Telugu TV serial sets broke, #justiceforchandan has been trending on Instagram for quite some time now. Chandan’s fan followers have come out in support of him on social media.

In the wake of the incident that took place on the set of Telugu daily soap Srimathi Srinivas, social media is filled with the hashtag justice for Chandan. This incident seems to have triggered Chadan’s fans in a large number. They have been showing their support for the actor by sharing their opinion about the incident. They are indeed demanding proper justice for the Kannada actor from the persons who have allegedly assaulted the actor on the sets of Srimathi Srinivas.

One of the users wrote, “no worries brother, we are with you,” (sic) with the #justiceforChandan on their Instagram handle. Another user in Kannada wrote that every Kannadiga would support the actor and be with him at this tough time. “We are with you anna and we demand justice,” (sic) wrote another user on their Instagram handle.

Overwhelmed by the response and the support he has been receiving so far, actor Chandan Kumar has personally reposted every post mentioned by fans and has thanked them wholeheartedly.

On the other hand, not just fans Chandan’s besties from the industry, Vinay Gowda, Niranjan Deshpande, Kirik Keerthi, and many others have also come out in support of the actor. They have also demanded justice for their beloved buddy on their social media handle.

For the uninitiated, Chandan Kumar was allegedly assaulted by a technician on the units of his Telugu show Srimathi Srinivas. The incident reportedly occurred on Sunday (July 31) when Chandan was shooting for the upcoming episode of his Telugu daily soap.

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