Pics: Anupam Kher relives his struggling days by travelling in local train again

Veteran actor Anupam Kher travelled in Mumbai local on Saturday. He boarded the train from CSMT that is Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus to Bandra. This step was taken in order to mark the completion of his 37 years in Mumbai.

Anupam who is also known for his association with several noble causes has been approached by the Indian Railways to create awareness among the people about railway safety measures. He runs a public charitable trust that aims to maximize opportunities for children from the less privileged background by promoting and advocating good quality education was approached to promote awareness among people to respect their life and avoid crossing or trespassing of the railway tracks and also maintain hygiene at railway platforms. ‘Ek Safar Rail Ke Saath’ is the tagline used.

The Central Railway’s team of creative artists led by Santosh Verulkar, who has been regularly making various short films on awareness themes for educating the passengers, will also make a video featuring Kher which will be screened on various television, theatre screens, faster repeaters and on social media platforms.

Besides sharing his special experience and memories of travelling by local train years ago, Anupam Kher shot a special video at The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, a world heritage building. During this visit, the renowned actor also went for a heritage walk at The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus building and a visit to Heritage Museum.

Check out the images and videos here:

This is a wonderful step to create awarenes.

by Admin | Mon, Jun 04 - 12:48 PM

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