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Ayushmann takes part in 'No TV Day', spends day with underprivileged children

IBNS | 30 May 2015, 07:29 pm

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  • Ayushmann takes part in 'No TV Day', spends day with  underprivileged children

    The multi-faceted actor Ayushmann Khurrana showed his philanthropic side as he took part in the “No TV day” where he spent the day with underprivileged children at ST Catherine Home in Mumbai on Friday (May 29, 2015). Encouraging the student to take to their hobbies instead, Ayushmann sang his hits along with the children, interacted with them and indulged them with chocolates while promoting the NO TV campaign. The campaign stresses on taking a break from the idiot box to partake in more resourceful activities that bring you closer to your loved ones.

  • Ayushmann takes part in 'No TV Day', spends day with  underprivileged children

    The multi-faceted actor Ayushmann Khurrana showed his philanthropic side as he took part in the “No TV day” where he spent the day with underprivileged children at ST Catherine Home in Mumbai on Friday (May 29, 2015). Encouraging the student to take to their hobbies instead, Ayushmann sang his hits along with the children, interacted with them and indulged them with chocolates while promoting the NO TV campaign. The campaign stresses on taking a break from the idiot box to partake in more resourceful activities that bring you closer to your loved ones.

  • Ayushmann takes part in 'No TV Day', spends day with  underprivileged children

    The multi-faceted actor Ayushmann Khurrana showed his philanthropic side as he took part in the “No TV day” where he spent the day with underprivileged children at ST Catherine Home in Mumbai on Friday (May 29, 2015). Encouraging the student to take to their hobbies instead, Ayushmann sang his hits along with the children, interacted with them and indulged them with chocolates while promoting the NO TV campaign. The campaign stresses on taking a break from the idiot box to partake in more resourceful activities that bring you closer to your loved ones.

Ayushmann takes part in 'No TV Day', spends day with underprivileged children

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