Salman Khan supporting street children at Rouble Nagi art camp

Rouble nagi art camp

Salman Khan was seen at Rouble Nagi art camp supporting the noble cause of educating street children. He was overjoyed to see the hard work of the kids that participated in this camp. These so not fortunate kids drew beautiful paintings which are going to be auctioned to raise funds for their education. kiran Bawa, Vidya Malavade, Baba Siddiqui,Maryam Zakaria, Wardha Nadiadwala and many more were present to support Rouble Nagi’s cause of helping underprivileged children.

ROUBLE NAGI states I BEGAN THESE CAMPS WITH THE HELP OF THE NGO PRATHAM AROUND SIX YEARS AGO. I BEGAN HOLDING CAMPS FOR UNDERPRIVILLEDGED CHILDREN IN DELHI AND MUMBAI. WE SHORTLIST PAINTINGS AND HOLD AUCTIONS AND HAVE ART SHOWS WITH THE PAINTINGS CREATED IN THESE CAMPS RAISING FUNDS FOR EDUCATION AND MORE CAMPS. MY ART CAMPS ARE BASICALLY A PLATFORM FOR INTERACTION OF THE NOT SO FORTUNATE WITH PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE. ART I BELIEVE IS ONE OF THE BEST WAYS OF EXPRESSING YOURSELF, AND IS A GREAT FORM OF ENTERTAINMENT”

Artist and mural designer Rouble Nagi after gaining recognition for the exclusive murals she creates for hotels and MNCs as well as for her association with the country’s rich and famous but believes that she rather be known for helping the not so fortunate through her NGO RNAF with the help of the NGO PRATHAM. Passion is what drives a creative artist like her. She strongly believes that the pursuit of anything without passion is pointless. Having pursued a course in Fine Arts at the University of London, Rouble’s tryst with art may have begun in 1999, but it was her advent into under design a couple of years ago that catapulted her into another league.

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  1. This is really amazing. We need more starts to come and take such kind of initiative so we can motivate our children and utilized their summer very innovative.
    Thanx a lot for sharing this information and please keep updating more.

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