Friday, March 16, 2012
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More than 40 employees from the NGO attended the screening of "Kahaani", which tells the tale of a pregnant woman in search of her missing husband.
"Keeping with our commitment of giving back to the society, we organised this special screening for underprivileged women from SOS - Children's Village," Satish Kumar, unit head, Cinepolis Bengaluru, said in a statement.
"It was wonderful seeing them enjoy their experience and the entire staff was touched seeing the smiles on their faces. We will strive to organise many such initiatives in the future," Kumar added.
SOS Children's Village works with local authorities and other service providers to support underprivileged families and enables them to take good care of their children.
"They cherished the movie and their time at the cinema. I am certain that this initiative will encourage many more organisations to come forward and show their support for our cause," said Mahesh, director, SOS Children's Village.
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