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Good Samaritan Sonakshi Sinha does her bit for Nepal earthquake victims

bollywood Updated: May 03, 2016 19:50 IST
Shalvi Mangaokar
“The earthquake damaged the lives of thousands in Nepal. But I knew in my heart that the country would rise from the ashes in no time... this will be my first time there, and I am glad that it is for such a great cause. I am excited to be part of this event.” says Sonakshi Sinha.

“The earthquake damaged the lives of thousands in Nepal. But I knew in my heart that the country would rise from the ashes in no time... this will be my first time there, and I am glad that it is for such a great cause. I am excited to be part of this event.” says Sonakshi Sinha.(Jitu Savlani)

It has been more than a year since the tragic Nepal earthquake claimed many lives and injured even more. While many victims were rehabilitated and received aid to rebuild their lives, several others are still in need of support.

“The earthquake damaged the lives of thousands in Nepal. But I knew in my heart that the country would rise from the ashes in no time... this will be my first time there, and I am glad that it is for such a great cause. I am excited to be part of this event.” says Sonakshi Sinha. (IANS)

Even though help is still pouring in from all quarters, we have found out that now Sonakshi Sinha is also planning to do her bit for them.

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A source close to the actor says, “Sonakshi will perform at an event, organised by the Nepal Army Wives Association, to raise funds for the victims of the Nepal earthquake. She will leave for Kathmandu, Nepal, on May 14. Sonakshi wants to do whatever she can for the welfare of those who have been affected.”

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The Bollywood actor says, “The earthquake damaged the lives of thousands in Nepal. But I knew in my heart that the country would rise from the ashes in no time. Nepalese are celebrated for their bravery and hospitality, and I have been planning to visit Nepal for many years now. This will be my first time there, and I am glad that it is for such a great cause. I am excited to be part of this event.”