Friday, August 17, 2007

Special treat for Chennai orphans


Sam Daniel

Friday, August 17, 2007: (Chennai):

Rajinikant's blockbuster Sivaji is running to packed houses even after 50 days.

The film has now caught the attention of NGOs who are making bulk bookings to treat orphans and less fortunate children.

For many it was their first ever visit to a theatre and a pleasant surprise was in store for them. Ushering the children inside the theatre was Vivek, the superstar's companion in the movie.

"The big master is inside. I am only the bachelor of social service," said Vivek.

In another part of the city, a well-known multiplex went a step further after the show. It opened its kids' zone for a group of under privileged children and gave them an experience of a lifetime.

"We thought we'll give an equal opportunity to the children who are in need," said Fayaz, Director, ETA Star Properties.

While the story of Sivaji centres around free education for all, the superstar can take comfort in the fact that his film is moving people to think beyond self.


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