TV Celebs walk Ramp to support Girl Child Education

Mumbai, March 16: Several TV celebrities came together and set the ramp on fire showcasing celebrated designer Archana Kochchar's clothing collection to support girl child education. The event was organised by a renowned non-profitable organization.

TV actor and anchor Karan Tacker also walked the ramp to support the noble cause. The actor said that it is sad that on one hand we are heading towards 22nd century and on the other women are fighting for their rights. He said more of such events should happen for the growth of the women and the country as well. Well-known TV actor and anchor Karanvir Bohra and many others dazzled at the ramp to raise fund for girl child education.

"It is very sad that we are heading towards 22nd century and still women are fighting for their basic rights. We accept that this kind of movements and foundation will come more and progress will happen", said TV actor Karan Tacker.

TV soap "Sasural Genda Phool" fame Ragini Khanna was seen in public after a long time. The actress said girl child education is an essential factor for growth of the country. The beautiful chirpy TV actress said we should concentrate more on girls' upbringing and education.

"Initiatives should be taken (for girl child) and girls should get special treatment. Childhood of girl child is very tender so they need proper upbringing and education", said actress Ragini. 

TV soap "Uttaran" fame Rashmi Desai appreciated the officials of non-profitable firm to initiate such events. All the celebs walked the ramp wearing stunning collection of Archana Kochchar.

"This step by Smile Foundation is a fabulous idea to spread awareness and to help people who are in need. It is very necessary to give education to girls," said Rashmi Desai. 

TV actor and anchor Karanvir Bohra said more and more celebrities should endorse such a noble cause as audience tend to follow an icon and celebrity's face value can make people change their perspective.

"We never leave the chance when there is a charity programme as we do so many events and shows by taking fee. You should always participate in these charity events because your face value reaches to public and that make a difference", said Karanvir Bohra.

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