It’s quite common to see celebrity endorsers helping NGOs and other development organizations raise funds and promote their campaigns. However, the celebrities who are essentially concerned with the various current social issues out of the personal experience are very few. Atul Kulkarni is the one amongst such celebs. Meet Atul Kulkarni in this week’s episode of Ekla Chalo Re & know more on his social project QUEST which concentrates on enhancing quality of education to every individual. Tune into IBN-Lokmat, on Sat 21st Mar 8pm & 11pm and on Sunday 12pm & 5pm.
Born in Belgaum, Karnataka, Atul Kulkarni is a versatile actor who has acted in more than 60 films in which quite a few included quite a multiple languages films as well. He gained a lot of respect & appreciation from his fans for few of his popular movies like Rang De Basanti, Happy Journey, Premachi Goshta, Page3, Popat, Gauri the unborn, Natarang etc. He has been recognised with many accolades in the theatre & film industry. Amongst these he won 2 national awards as well. At first he was honoured by former president A P J Abdul Kalam with national award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in the year 1999 for the film Hey Ram. The second National award he received was by K.R Narayanan, the then honourable president of India for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for the film Chandni Bar.
Ekla Chalo Re will bring to its viewers the lesser known side of Atul Kulkarni where he will throw more light on his social project QUEST; to know more tune into Ekla Chalo re on Sat 21st Mar, 8pm and Sunday 12pm & 5pm, only on IBN-Lokmat.
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