MUMBAI, 03 Oct. 2019 (GNI): Bollywood Actress and Model Sanjana Sanghi visited a Teach For India classroom with Children in Mumbai on Thursday – Photo by Sumant Gajinkar
Actress and Model Sanjana Sanghi visited a Teach For India classroom today and spoke to the kids about her hopes and dreams.
Sanjana will be seen in “Dil Bechara”, the Bollywood remake of the American romantic drama “Fault in Our Stars” opposite Sushant Singh Rajput.
She came for a meet and greet with the kids of 6th standard at the Shastri Nagar Municipal Public School, aTeach For India partner school.
MUMBAI, 3rd OCT. 2019 (GNI): On completing a decade of service, Teach For India, the non-profit organisation that is a part of the Teach For All network, welcomed Sanjana Sanghi, actress and model, to share her hopes and dreams with the kids of Class 6 in a meet and greet at the Shastri Nagar Municipal Public School in Kalina.
Sanjana began by introducing herself to the kids and speaking to them about her career aspirations when she was young, after which the kids were asked to pen down their hopes and dreams on paper. With assistance from Shwetha and Shilpa Sharma, the Teach For India Fellows in charge of this class, the kids drew what they wanted to become or what they hoped for in the future. Sanjana picked her favourite few and asked the kids to explain their drawings. In the mix were children who aspired to be doctors, cricketers, Youtubers, actors, engineers, pilots, air-hostesses and many more. Sanjana also participated in the activity by drawing peace for all and a depiction of her acting career as her hopes and dreams.
The kids enjoyed learning about the various career options available to them and Sanjana, who herself is a Delhi University topper, was happy to answer any questions they had about school, college and acting as a profession. The session ended with all the kids queueing up for an autograph of the actor who is set to star in “The Fault in Our Stars” Bollywood remake titled Dil Bechara.
About Teach For India is a non-proﬁt organisation that believes in an excellent education for all Children and is striving to end this problem of educational inequity. To address this challenge, the organisation runs a highly selective two-year Fellowship program. This is an opportunity to engage India’s most promising individuals to serve as full-time teachers to children from low-income communities in some of the nation’s most under-resourced schools. To know more about Teach For India and the Fellowship, please visit www.teachforindia.org