Social Activist Renu Mathur Felicitates Bollywood Actor Yashpal Sharma in Honour of Haryana Day

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Renowned Social Activist Renu Mathur shared her Vision for the State at the celebration of Haryana Day!

The eminent Social Activist Renu Mathur has felicitated renowned Bollywood Actor Yashpal Sharma today at Chandigarh, Press Club for his contribution on preserving Haryanvi culture through cinema and shared her association with and vision for the State.

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At the celebration of 51st birth anniversary of the state, renowned Social Activist, and divinatory Renu Mathur said, “Mr. Yashpal Sharma, a famous Bollywood actor and theatre artist, has made a name as a niche actor in Bollywood and has made a great effort for taking the state’s cinema and art forward, through his remarkable performances and continuous efforts to promote Haryana. One should take inspiration from Yashpal Ji, who has achieved all what he has dreamt of.”

She also added, “I am proud the culture that state has and of the fact that we are working on gender based discrimination by providing education, equality in every sector. As a Social Activist the increasing rate of crime, domestic violence, rape, molestation we all should take an initiative eradicating it all from the state in coming years”

“I am very thankful to Renu ji for honouring me and I also respect her work as a social activist, for doing her best to provide emotional, social and legal support to the victims in need and really appreciate her efforts in empowering women.” Says Bollywood Actor Yashpal Sharma.

Photo : Parveen Kumar

He also added, “I am proud of having my roots in Haryana. Just like Punjabi and Marathi Cinema, I want the state’s cinema to reach new heights.The state has produced great acting and sporting talent and provided great respect to men and women equally by ending gender discrimination.”