Priyanka Chopra has a sweet message for Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Kareena Kapoor Khan – Watch Video
Former Miss World Priyanka Chopra, who was appointed as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Child Rights in 2010, is currently spending time with the children of the refugee camps in Jordan. She has been sharing several videos and photos with the kids on social media since the last three days. The recent video that she shared on her Instagram account will make all the B.Town celebrities proud. After having heart to heart conversations with these little survivors of the Syrian crisis, PeeCee was pleased to discover how much happiness Bollywood movies and actors bring to their lives.
“I was especially told to give messages of love to these Massive Indian film superstars, who are favourites at Za’atari… SHAHRUKH KHAN, SALMAN KHAN, AKSHAY KUMAR, KAREENA KAPOOR and ANUSHKA SHARMA…big shoutout to you all and Hindi movies from these amazing kids who are huge fans…our movies give them some much joy ..This was something I honestly did not expect…but it made my day. Who would think that what we do as entertainers would give people a sense of hope, relief and escape in such dire circumstances.This post is for all my colleagues in the Entertainment Business around the world… know what we do sometimes has such an deep impact on people’s lives and goes beyond just the mere entertainment people look at us for [sic],” Priyanka wrote.
In the video posted by Priyanka, a young girl named Wafaa can be seen showering her love on Katrina Kaif. Priyanka translated the girl’s message and wrote, “I love Katrina Kaif a lot and I am one of her fans. I have watched all her movies and never missed one, even if a movie is played more than once I watch it. I love you Katrina and love your beauty.”
Watch the video here –
Here are a few more videos and pictures that PC shared from Jordan –
“We need to take it into our own hands because this is our world and we only have one of it. I think the world needs to understand that this is not just a Syrian refugee crisis, it’s a humanitarian crisis,” Chopra told The Associated Press at the end of her first day in Jordan. Without sufficient support, “this can be an entire generation of kids that could turn to extremism because they have not got an education,” the 35-year-old actress said.