The cause of the education to the girl child has been close to number of people. Social organizations and governments have been working since the dawn of women empowerment to ensure that the education-shunned female diaspora does not endure discrimination. One such personality is acclaimed actor-entrepreneur Sachiin J Joshi, who took to his social media handles with the following statement. “After seeing a heart touching video, I learnt that only one in hundred girls in rural India are allowed to study in schools. The right to education is denied to majority. I pledge towards the empowerment of our female counterparts!”
“It’s an oath. An honest commitment. I pledge to support 100 girls with their education to begin with, through the Big Brother Foundation. It is absolutely true when they quote – Educate a girl child and she will change the world,” says Sachiin J. Joshi. After establishing himself down South, the actor went on to star in Aazaan, a 2011 action thriller that marked his debut in Bollywood. He then went on to star in numerous films including Jackpot opposite Sunny Leone, Veerappan opposite Lisa Ray and Usha Jadhav and the recent Hindi horror-thriller Amavas opposite Nargis Fakhri and Mona Singh among others.
The actor asks for the support of the masses so that he can make this big. “Even if one person who reads this, shares this and/or does the same, it will make a huge difference!” With a target of empowering a thousand girls, he believes that, “slowly and steadily, we can change the world for the better,” as he begins his philanthropic endeavour with hundred rural girls to begin with. The actor has expressed his desire to support girls from rural Maharashtra as well.
Opining with the possibility that even a single educated and empowered female can change the lives of everyone around them, Sachiin firmly believes, “They will be the little lamps who light themselves and will then light the world.”
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