Telugu Film Journalists Association on December 25th organized a Free Health Checkup Camp for its members in association with Ethika Insurance Broking Pvt. Ltd. at Hyderabad’s Film Chamber building. The TFJA hosted celebrity guests on the occasion. The event was graced by guests. Actress-director Jeevitha Rajasekhar, hero Nikhil Siddharth, Bigg Boss Telugu 6 winner LV Revanth, Jabardasth fame Hyper Aadi were present. Experts and doctors from Yashoda, Oasis Fertility, Clove dental, Derma 360 and Max Vision hospitals guided the camp.
The TFJA President Lakshmi Narayana, General Secretary YJ Rambabu, Vice-President Sekhar, Treasurer Naidu Surendra Kumar, Executive Committee Members Raghu Prasadam, Ravi Chandra, Satya Ramakrishna, and the Association’s 175 members made use of the camp. The camp was organized for the benefit of film journalists and their families.
Jeevitha Rajasekhar said, “TFJA has carried out several activities for its members over the years. It’s good that journalists have the assurance of health and life insurance from TFJA in case of any eventuality. One’s place of work becoming a pillar of support is a special thing for everyone. So many associations exist but only a handful of them function effectively. TFJA is one of them. Lakshmi Narayana, Rambabu, Naidu, Phani are steering the Association efficiently. They are standing by TFJA’s members all the time. I congratulate Ethika Insurance on this occasion.”
Young actor Nikhil Siddharth said, “This health camp is a necessary one being held under the aegis of TFJA. Incidentally, I played a doctor in the two ‘Kartikeya’ movies. I am happy to see several doctors here.”
Bigg Boss Telugu title winner and singer LV Revanth said, “I am happy to participate in this event. I know the importance of journalists. The media is growing in keeping with the changing trends. And the prominence of the media is also ever-rising. Every artist and technician in the entertainment industry needs the support of journalists and media. This health camp is in service of cine journalists. I wish good health to every journalist and wish them a great 2023 ahead.”
Hyper Aadi said, “I am happy regarding this health camp. The well-being of journalists is crucial. Every eligible member must take part in the camp.”
TFJA President Lakshmi Narayana said, “TFJA was formed in the year 2004 for the welfare of cine journalists. For the past 18 years, the Association has also stood by them. I thank the elders and donors from the film industry for always supporting our Association.”
TFJA General Secretary Rambabu said, “The members are eligible to receive Rs 3 lakhs of medical insurance, Term insurance of Rs 15 lakh, and accident policy of Rs 25 lakh. Additionally, this health camp is being held today. During the coronavirus pandemic, the association has helped several journalists. We are etching several more measures for the benefit of our members. Their details will be revealed soon.”