Sonakshi Sinha Unveils Mauke Ke Pankh

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Today marks the National Education Day and Actress Sonakshi Sinha shares a special campaign video to spread awareness about girl’s education and equality!
Sonakshi Sinha has collaborated with her brother Kussh S Sinha and father, veteran actor and politician Shatrughan Sinha for the video titled “Equalize” for an important cause “Mauke Ke Pankh”
Sonakshi released the video from her Twitter account. She captioned it, “On National Education Day, I hope this inspires people to change their mindsets n understand that every girl deserves to be educated n treated as an equal. @kusshssinha n I are happy that we could work with @ShatruganSinha for the 1st time on this important cause. #MaukeKePankh”
The video talks about the importance of girl’s education, equal rights and letting her fly on the wings of her freedom and her choices. Veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha has given the background voice-over in the video and it is been picturized on Sonakshi.
The voice over by Shatrughan says, “It can be as vast as the sky or infinite like darkness. She can dream big and be ambitious, or be still like an empty afternoon. Her eyes can gleam with playfulness, or be blinded by smoke from the clay oven. Her resolve be relentless, strong be her actions. May victory ad progress be her choices. Let daughters be our strong foundation. And not a liability or burden. Let every home find the diamond within. Let’s begin a new era with new perspective”
Kussh S Sinha, who also collaborated on the video, captioned it, “#MaukeKePankh is finally out today on the occasion of National Education Day. I hope the film inspires everyone to support and encourage girls to dream big and turn their aspirations into reality. Let us resolve to educate our daughters. #Educate #Empower #Equalize.”
National Education Day of India is celebrated on 11 November every year. It is an annual observance in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first education minister of independent India, who served from 15 August 1947 until 2 February 1958.