Bollywod stars make good profits every year but at the same times, they are very noble and use their money for such good causes. Here we will talk about the stars who helps others –
Salman Khan's nongovernmental organization, Being Human, helps deprived kids around the nation to obtain better education and health related facilities. The actor also opened a medical camp for cancer sufferers’ right opposite his home at Rs 2 per session.
Katrina Kaif is also taking part in her mom's charitable trust, Relief Projects India (RPI), which has joined hands with The Claretian Educational and Social Services Society to save surplus and deserted baby girls.
In Mumbai's popular Nanavati Hospital, King Khan supports a special section for Cancer and Children ward in remembrance of his mom who lost her life because of cancer.
John Abraham supports a program of ex US president Jimmy Carter that helps build inexpensive homes for the deprived. The star is also an volunteer of PETA.
PeeCee is a UNICEF national ambassador and backs up Indian children and their right to join school. The well known personality has been chosen at the state level for the National Opus Honor Choir, for her major aid in India and the USA.
Aamir Khan adopted a rural community in Bhuj, Gujarat, which got devastated by a gigantic tremor in the year 2001. Aamir and his squad, who filmed for Lagaan at Bhuj, forwarded tents for the people living on the streets and also gathered funds.
Shabana Azmi has a NGO named Mizwan. She has also established a computer centre and a sewing and embroidery centre in the rural community.
Aishwarya Rai has also made donation of her eyes to the Eye Bank Association of India. A few years back, she commenced the Aishwarya Rai Foundation that aids deprived people in the nation.
Shilpa Shetty, who was declared as the winner of Celebrity Big Brother 2007, donated her winning amount to AIDS movements in India. She is also an important part of PETA.
Rahul Bose supports Citizens for Justice and Peace in addition to the Spastics Society of India. He is also linked with the Teach For India movement and also the founder and chairman of 'The Group of Groups'.