Sri Lanka Blasts: Kollywood Actress Radikaa Sarathkumar Was Present at the Cinnamon Grand Hotel Just Minutes Before the Bomb Went Off
Radikaa Sarathkumar had a narrow escape from the Sri Lanka blasts (Photo Credits: Instagram)

The Easter of 2019 will go down as a bitter memory in the history of Sri Lanka. A series of bomb blasts hit the churches and five-star hotels on Sunday morning claiming the lives of 188 innocent civilians. The act of terror is being condemned by countries all over the world and India is extending all its help to Sri Lanka to tackle this grave issue. B-town celebrities like Arjun Kapoor, Ileana D'Cruz, Parineeti Chopra and Sidharth Malhotra are calling out the attackers for this shameful act but Kollywood actress Radikaa Sarathkumar has a reason to thank her stars. Sri Lanka Blasts: Anushka Sharma, Siddharth Malhotra, Arjun Kapoor Expresses Grief Over the Internet.

Radikaa was a guest in Sri Lanka's Cinnamon Grand Hotel - one of the top five-star hotels that were bombed. Fortunately, she had checked out of her hotel just minutes before the tragic incident and she was shocked to read the updates later on. She took to her Twitter account to narrate her narrow escape by tweeting OMG bomb blasts in Sri Lanka, god be with all. I just left Colombo Cinnamongrand hotel and it has been bombed, can’t believe this shocking. The blasts were triggered around 8.45 a.m.(local time) as the Easter Sunday masses were in progress, police spokesman Ruwan Gunasekera said. Sri Lanka Blasts: Jacqueline Fernandez Expresses Grief, Says 'Violence is Like a Chain Reaction. This has to Stop'.

Check out Radikaa's tweet

People across all the religions are extending their help to the injured by donating blood and gathering in huge numbers. As per reports Police Chief Pujuth Jayasundara had warned the top officials about this grave attack and how the attacks were being planned on 'prominent churches'. As the country tries to tackle this serious issue, we send our prayers to the ones who lost their closed ones on this auspicious day.