Initiated by online food ordering platform Foodpanda along with non-profit organisation Uday Foundation, the campaign encourages patrons to generously feed the lesser privileged.
Foodpanda patrons can log on to the website and make a donation to a listed food item like foodgrains, pulses, vegetable oil and biscuits. The portal will then forward the proceedings to the charitable institution, thus reaching out to many children.
“The Food for Soul campaign sensitises us towards the fact that there are many who are not even fortunate enough to get a basic square meal a day. Through this campaign, Foodpanda.in reminds us to share the joy we feel on eating great food with the less privileged,” Yami said in a statement.
The campaign backs Uday Foundation’s project Santushti, which runs a free food van to serve wholesome food to families of the underprivileged patients in ICUs of government hospitals. The van also feeds children who come from distant places to Delhi hospitals for prolonged treatment.
Farah Khan’s fish fetish
Filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan has turned out to be a kitchen person! Diamonds and pearls might be the weakness of many, but this mother of triplets enjoys shopping for fish and pressure cookers.
“Some women like jewellery shopping. I guess fish shopping is my thing. And oh ya pressure cookers,” Farah posted on Twitter Friday.
On the work front, she is tied up with shooting of “Happy New Year” starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Boman Irani and Sonu Sood.
Manoj excited about maiden visit to Taj Mahal
Actor Manoj Bajpayee is pumped about his first visit to Agra. He might be travelling to the city for work, but he is looking forward to tasting delicacies of the city and seeing Taj Mahal.
“Mathura schedule is over. Unit shifting base to Agra. What’s the famous food of Agra? Never been to Agra. Will see Taj for the first time,” he tweeted Friday.
Directed by debutant director Amit Sharma, he is shooting for “Tevar”, which also features Arjun Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha.