Hollywood star Ashton Kutcher, who is on his maiden trip to India for a shooting assignment, met women of a NGO working for the cause of sex trafficking victims.
He took to Twitter Friday to share the update of his activity in the Indian capital, and even posted a happy picture with young girls, dressed in traditional salwar-kameez.
"Met some powerful girls today in Delhi at Apne Aap: A grassroots movement to end sex trafficking," tweeted Kutcher, who seemed to have put a 100-watt smile on the girls' faces, as visible in the photograph.
The 34-year-old is reportedly here to shoot "Jobs", a biopic on the late Apple founder Steve Jobs. Kutcher plays the lead role in the Joshua Michael Stern-directorial.
He is said to have shot for the movie in Vrindavan and Delhi.