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Art Exhibit Gets Help From Bollywood Celebs

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Speaking of artwork going to a good cause, Bollywood stars were recently seen lending a hand at an art exhibit. Sanjay Dutt, Pooja Bedi, and Vinod Khanna all pitched in to raise funds for Plan India, a group dedicated to helping kids in need.

IBNLive reports that “The foundation conducted an art exhibition to raise funds with many Bollywood actors including Plan India brand Ambassador Anil Kapoor in attendance.”

Seems to me that Pooja (pictured here) is a little cocky about her influence on fans, though. While the other actors say they’re involved because they want to help out the children, the article quotes her as saying “When a film star says I drive this car, a million follow; I eat this chocolate, a million follow; am sure if they say that I do charity, a million will follow suit.”

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