One of the most loved actresses of Bollywood Jacqueline Fernandez celebrated Christmas with kids at an orphanage and visited cancer patients ahead of the festival. Jacqueline Fernandez has time and again raised her voice for social issues and has been an active person when it comes to extending her support to the needy.
Marking the festive season of Christmas, Jacqueline visited the children at an orphanage and cancer patients in Mumbai. The actress interacted with kids and spent time with the children having a fun time with them. Jacqueline also cut a cake and played with the children at the centers.
The actress turned into the kids’ Santa and distributed gifts to them and also performed with the children. Jacqueline danced and sang with the kids and also spoke at length about the importance of education in one’s life.
Jacqueline Fernandez, earlier this year, represented the voice of animal welfare at the UN on the world animal day as she took 8 million petition signatures voicing her opinion against animal testing.
Recently, Jacky has been quite active on social issues. The actress, who has advocated many causes like marine conservation and animal welfare, is doing her bit to help rebuild Kerela after the devastating flood that hit the state.
In a release, she said, “It was truly heartbreaking to see what citizens of Kerala went through this year. The floods may be over, but its effect on the lives of hundreds and thousands of people is long-lasting—it has not only affected families but also damaged homes''.
After celebrities like Shraddha Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, John Abraham, Arjoon Kapoor now Hrithik Roshan has also extended his support and join Jaqueline for the Rebuild Kerala Campaign. Hrithik has been saddened by the calamity happened and that's how he came forward and join Jaqueline's initiative.
Apart from Animal welfare, Jacqueline Fernandez also supports Marine Conservation and has been actively contributing to create awareness amongst the masses using social media platforms.
The actress who has advocated many causes like marine conservation and animal welfare is currently striving to rebuild Kerela after the unfortunate floods hit the state.