Aamir Khan stranded in Chennai due to heavy rain

New Delhi:

Cyclone Michaung continues to wreak havoc in Chennai. Many areas of the city have been affected due to this cyclonic storm. From common to special, everyone is engaged in saving their lives. Film stars are also facing the Michaung storm. Bollywood actor Aamir Khan has also faced this dangerous storm. He was trapped in the havoc of this storm for 24 hours. Aamir Khan was rescued safely by the fire brigade and rescue team.

Due to cyclonic storm Michaung, there is heavy rain in Tamil Nadu and Chennai. Due to which there has been a flood everywhere. Aamir Khan was trapped in this flood. Those who have now been safely evacuated from there. Significantly, due to Cyclone Michaung, life in Tamil Nadu has been disrupted. Especially in Chennai, the situation is the worst. Cyclone Michaung has brought with it strong winds and torrential rain.

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Due to this, there has been heavy rain in Chennai. Due to the rain, a road caved in in the posh Poes Garden area of Chennai. Visuals from the area showed a huge crater in the middle of the road and a pillar falling into it. Poes Garden in South Chennai is a prime locality and former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa lived at her residence Veda Nilayam here. Due to incessant rains, many parts of the city have been flooded and there is no electricity, disrupting daily life. The condition is that many people have had to leave their homes and go to hotels.

Authorities have declared a public holiday on Monday and Tuesday, closed schools and colleges across the city and sent rescue teams to prevent any untoward incident. Meanwhile, locals are stocking up on essential commodities. There has been a huge demand for drinking water in shops. Cyclonic storm Michaung is hovering near Chennai and Puducherry, bringing with it heavy rains. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be heavy rains with strong winds in Chennai tonight. Many trains and flights have been canceled. According to the Airport Authority of India, operations at the Chennai airport have been suspended till 9 am tomorrow. About 70 flights have been canceled due to water on the runway. The Southern Railway has reported suspension of several trains originating from Chennai Central and going to Coimbatore and Mysore. 14 subways are closed in the city.