Kannadi: "I Can't Even Care For My Kids"

  • 13 Nov 2018

In the premiere of Kannadi this Sunday, we are going to see the the ill-fate of a family which struggles to survive.

The head of the family struggle to make a living by making and selling broom sticks, where he earns about RM10 a day. He had to stay home and take care of his sick wife, whom unable to work to help him manage the expenses. The couple has schooling kids to feed and take care of.

Let's take a look at their struggle and plight:


Don’t miss the premiere of Kannadi on 18th November at 9:00pm on Astro Vaanavil. You may contribute to this family via

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