Bollywood actress Rani Mukerji and Nobel prize winner Kailash Satyarthi attended a charity dinner along with Prince Charles and Camila Parker Bowles in London on Tuesday, 3 February.
The event, which focused on child abuse and violence against young kids, was organised by the British Asian Trust, an NGO headed by The Prince of Wales. Meanwhile, Satyarthi attended the event representing his own NGO, Bachpan Bachao Andolan.
It felicitated the actress for her role in spreading social awareness through the action drama, "Mardaani". She was also widely appreciated for her performance as a cop in the Pradeep Sarkar directorial.
The actress looked dashing in designer Sayasachi's sequined anarkali and complimented her looks with a stylish hair-do, bold red lips and smoky eyes.
The critically acclaimed film was screened at the prestigious Muranow Theatre in Poland with Polish subtitles on 30 January, according to a statement from Yash Raj Films (YRF). Rani was lauded for her role and Bollywood cinema lovers of Poland specially invited the actress to interact with them.
"The trafficking of girls is not only limited to South Asian countries, it became a big racket after the fall of Berlin Wall in Eastern Europe. If in the 1990s Russian girls were being used in the international market, now Ukrainian, Romanian and Syrian girls are being traded," Rani said during the event, according to IANS.
Produced by her husband Aditya Chopra, "Mardaani" was released worldwide on 22 August 2014.