Mumbai: The smallest act of kindness can go a long way towards bringing a smile on the face of a child: and Art is one thing that kids enjoy the most. Hence, on the occasion of Children’s Day, Fevicryl, the leading art and craft brand, hosted an art and craft workshop for underprivileged kids. The event was held in association with the famous television actor Gautam Rode’s ‘Helping hands’ foundation. More than 20 underprivileged kids participated in the activity, held at Noisy Café Malad where they created artistic jewelry box using ice cream sticks, Fevicryl colors, Fevicryl 3D outliners and Fevicol A+ .
The leading TV actor spent quality time with the kids where he not only interacted with them but also assisted in creating the master pieces. The kids had a gala time and were overwhelmed with the unique experience.
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