Sakshi Tanwar: “A Girl Plays Various Roles Across Different Stages Of Her Life”

Mohnish Singh |Nov 11, 2019

Sakshi Tanwar is one of the finest actresses Indian television has ever produced. Apart from her work as an actress, she is also known for addressing several social causes.

Sakshi Tanwar needs no introduction. She is, without an ounce of doubt, one of the finest actresses that Indian television has ever produced. Known for such massively successful television shows as Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii and Bade Acche Lagte Hain, the actress recently featured in one of the episodes of popular reality show Kaun Banega Crorepati along with social activist Shyam Sunder Paliwal.

For the uninitiated, Shyam Sunder Paliwal is known for changing the mindset of the people of Piplantri village in Rajasthan towards the girl child. He has been working towards the upliftment of girls in his village for a couple of years now. Through his constant efforts, for every girl child born in his village an FD of Rs 31,000 is made and 111 tress are planted in her name.

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Lauding the efforts of Paliwal, Sakshi Tanwar said, "Piplantri is a successful working model in front of us and more villages should follow this. There are lot of efforts made by Shyamji behind this initiative and if people realise the importance of this model and put it to practice, then we can certainly progress as a country.”

The actress added, "A girl plays various roles across different stages of her life; from being a daughter, to a mother and even the link that holds an entire family together. A child's source of learning in initial stages is a mother. Therefore, it is important for a girl to be educated and self-sufficient, not only for the betterment and progress of her family but the society and country at large.”

"I feel, with the right direction, there can be many more Piplantris throughout the country. It gives me immense satisfaction to know that the people of Piplantri are actually reaping the benefits of what they are sowing,” said Paliwal.


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