When your actions are directed towards helping someone lead a better life, you feel a sense of satisfaction. It is as if you found a reason for your existence on the earth. Bollywood in collaboration with the British stars is attempting to find the same satisfaction by being part of ‘SAVE THE GIRL CHILD’ AT FASHION FUNDRAISER’.
Now that’s a big cause and we must really appreciate the celebs who have taken time out to be part of this wonderful event. This event will take place on the 23rd day of this month where the first collection in UK of the popular designer Manish Malhotra will be exhibited.
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Malhotra has roped in some big names like Parineeti Chopra and Urmila Matondkar to walk the ramp for him. If rumors are to be believed he has also convinced other big stars of the industry to be part of this show. Along with these people one will also find Meera Syal, Adil Ray now better known as Citizen Khan; Holby City and Casualty stars Laila Rouass, Sunetra Sarker, Hari Dhillon; Coronation Street’s Jimi Harkishin;former Eastenders Ace Bhatti and Shivani Ghai; BBC TV presenters Anita Rani and Sonali Shah; BBC radio presenters Anushka Arora, Sunny & Shay; Radio 1’s Nihal, and Kiss FM’s DJ Neev and others participating in the show.
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The Angeli Foundation is a voice against the discrimination and harassment faced by women in countless ways in our country. It aims to put an end to female feticide, bride burning, education favoring male siblings, unnoticed rapes and many such things included in the endless list of evils against women.
Ratika Puri Kapur chairperson UK, Angeli Foundation, stated her happiness and expressed her gratitude to the celebs from India and Britain who have agreed to be part of the fundraiser. She confessed extreme excitement and said she is eagerly waiting to meet the British stars. So let us wish them all the very best! We would love to witness more such events driven by charity, wouldn’t we?