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Gulshan Grover made headlines for extending support to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). The actor had written sent a letter to Maharashtra forest minister Patangrao Kadam, requesting him to help to make sure the 14-year-old elephant Sunder is sent to a sanctuary.
Vishakha Singh, who was seen in 'Fukrey' and 'Bajatey Raho' kept her look casual at the event.
Salman Khan along with CNN-IBN, Thumps UP in association with Being human began 'Unleashing the Inner Potential of Persons with Disabilities' an awareness and fundraising campaign which culminated its first leg on Sunday evening with an event highlighting the journey of the campaign.
Thums UP and Salman Khan's Being Human Foundation in association with CNN-IBN launched the 'Veer' campaign on January 26 to empower the differently abled, and it has achieved a milestone.
Rahul Roy, who is still popular for his debut film 'Aashiqui' and stint in the controversial 'Bigg Boss' house was also present at the launch of 'Veer' campaign.
Urvashi Dholakia, who had won Bigg Boss season 6, was also present at the launch of the Veer campaign.
Dolly Bindra looked vibrant in a bright yellow and red anarkali.
Salman Khan also spoke to the contestants after they stunned everyone with their malkhamb performance.
Model turned actress Hasleen Kaur made her Bollywood debut opposite debutant Shiv Darshan, Suneel Darshan's son in 'Karle Pyar Karle'.
Actor Salman Khan and Sudha Chandran share a light moment as they interact with the guests.
Subhreet Kaur Ghumman, who has stunned many by performing aerial acts in 'India's Got Talent' also managed to impress Salman Khan with her determination and courage. Subhreet also shared the stage with actor Salman Khan.
Swara Bhaskar, who wowed everyone with her performance in 'Raanjhanaa' looked pretty in a pink suit.
The campaign came about to empower over 1000 persons with disabilities by giving them employability training. Interestingly, the movement has raised over one crore in the first leg.
Director Kalpana Lajmi, who is known for her films such as 'Daman' and 'Rudaali', will soon get busy with the making of biopics on actor Priya Rajvansh and singer Bhupen Hazarika.
The event showcased inspirational stories of people who have achieved tremendous success overcoming physical disabilities.