The gorgeous, Katrina Kaif has been lately winning hearts for all the right reasons. She recentl;y took to Instagram to appreciate the pride of our nation, Malala Yousafzai for her recent book, ‘We are Displaced’.
The Zindagi Na Milegi Dubara protagonist embraced the storyline of ‘We are Displaced’, and sought all her fans to donate generously for the Malala Fund. She continues her post, “Proceeds from every book sold will benefit the girls in the book and MalalaFund’s work for girls’ education.”
Talking about Malala’s book, she wrote, “The stories in this book, of Malala and all the other incredible girls, are moving and inspiring in equal measure. They will inspire so many others to dream, reach higher and believe in themselves.” The diva further wishes more strength and more power to the Nobel laureate to “keep changing the world one day at a time.”
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Currently Reading – We Are Displaced The stories in this book, of @Malala and all the other incredible girls are moving and inspiring in equal measure. They will inspire so many others to dream, reach higher and believe in themselves. 🙏Malala – I wish you more strength, more power, to keep changing the world one day at a time. The world needs you and more like you. Proceeds from every book sold will benefit the girls in the book and @MalalaFund’s work for girls’ education. Do your bit – mala.la/2scEv3w
In a reply to the Katrina’s shout out, the 21-year-old activist Malala Yousafzai thanked and expressed gratitude to the starlet in a comment under the post. She replied, “Thank you so much for your support. This means a lot to me and all the girls whose stories I share in this book. Hope their stories spread globally and inspire people.”
Malala was awarded the Novel peace Prize in 2014, and stood as the youngest Nobel Award winner. The girls is known globally for providing education to the girls irrespective of their socio-economic class, their gender, religion and race. She survived an obnoxious attack on her way back to school in 2012 in Swat valley.