Bollywood actress Richa Chadha has become a part of Unicef's GoBlue Campaign. She says she is happy to be pledging her support and being a part this initiative.
"I'm elated to be part of this campaign which is doing its share of helping create a safer environment for kids. Across the world, even today many children are exposed to dire and unsafe situations when they should actually be in school getting an education," Richa said in a statement.
She is coming forward to pledge her support towards the cause, to celebrate the progress made for children, and address the work that still needs to be done. Richa took to her social media platform voicing her support going by the theme in full spirit #GoBlue for every child urging people to lend their support to give children a safe environment for education.
The "Fukrey" actress said: "It's upsetting that a young mind is exposed to various things where in the first place it should be given values and learnings imperative to grow into a responsible adult."
"And thus this campaign is something that is simple but hopefully would bring forth this simple message and I'm happy to be pledging my support and being a part this initiative".
Richa will be joining the likes of stars including Liam Neeson, Orlando Bloom, David Beckham, and Lily Singh in support of the campaign #GoBlue for Every Child.
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