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Vivek Oberoi donates computers for underprivileged kids

Actor Vivek Oberoi has donated computers to girls in his charitable trust when he got to know that they want to learn more.

bollywood Updated: Jul 30, 2016 17:40 IST
Yashika Mathur
Actor Vivek Oberoi has donated computers to young girls to help them learn more.
Actor Vivek Oberoi has donated computers to young girls to help them learn more.(Parveen Kumar/ HT Photo)

Actor Vivek Oberoi has donated computers to the underprivileged girls in a bid encourage them to study and bring them better growth opportunities.

“These girls are really hardworking and talented. Providing technology support will give them add-on benefits in the future. Nowadays they need to be trained in computer courses. Computer skills are necessary along with the regular studies and I will do whatever it takes to help them build a bright future,” says Oberoi, whose project in Mathura supports young girls.

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The actor, who was last seen on the silver screen in the film Great Grand Masti and has been part of films such as Krrish 3 (2013), Zila Ghaziabad (2013) and Prince (2010), feels strongly about providing best facilities for young girls. When he got to know that they want to learn more through better technology.

“As an actor it is important that I contribute as much as I can to the society. Bright children are waiting for opportunities to showcase their talent and in such cases, I will do whatever it takes to help them,” he says.

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“Vivek Oberoi is happy to know that these girls have some goals in their lives. And many of them needed computer systems to pursue further. Now Vivek is placing computers in Devi accommodation house where the girls reside, so that they can practice even after their school time,” says Oberoi’s spokesperson.