Arjun Rampal and Aishwarya Rajesh (lead actress for Daddy) came out in support U-Vati by Yogita Gawli at Dagdi Chawl yesterday evening.
U-vati’ is a programme that seeks to provide economically-viable and ecologically-sustainable menstrual hygiene products to adolescent girls and young women in India.
Arjun congratulated the dynamic Yogita Gawli and said that, “Aishwarya and I are honoured to be present here. I would like to applaud Yogita on this noble venture. As a father of two young daughters, it makes me very proud to see such initiatives happen around us. U- Vati is an endeavour that is much needed and we are happy to support this cause in every way possible. Thank you to the Gawli family for making us be a part of this.”
Arjun played Santa for all and even distributed gifts to the young girls who were present at the event from various schools which are a part of the U-Vati initiative.
Meanwhile Arjun Rampal’s is all set to bring the 1980s back with his upcoming film Daddy.
Daddy, which stars Arjun Rampal, is partly set in the 1980s and boasts of a track that is bound to take everyone back to the clubs. Titled Zindagi Meri Dance Dance the song was originally produced in 1987 for the Mithun Chakraborty movie Dance Dance but was never used in the final film.
Composed by Bappi Lahiri and sung by Vijay Benedict and Alisha Chinai, the new version has additional production by famous Norwegian Dj Ole Petter Hergum aka Olefonken.
Choreographed by Ceaser of Bosco-Ceaser, the song features Natasa Stankovic and takes place during a scene where Gawli and another infamous Don have a tense meeting, blending the 80s disco universe with the story beautifully.
While visiting the Dagdi Chawl,Arjun Rampal and Aishwarya Rajesh (lead actress of Daddy) both looked excited about their upcoming film where Dagdi Chawl plays a pivotal role.
U-vati’ – A programme founded by Yogita Gawli that seeks to provide economically-viable and ecologically-sustainable menstrual hygiene products to adolescent girls and young women in India.
U-vati is the Foundation’s `made by women, for women,’ spearheaded by Yogita Gawli who was also present yesterday.