In November 2020 Royal Commonwealth Society announced hosting a virtual essay competition where the participants were said to pen down a remarkable piece on climatic action. This prestigious competition will be hosted by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall. In this announcement they unveiled a list of celebs associated with this event and Kareena Kapoor Khan is one of them. Kareena will be reading an essay extract that will be penned by a participant from India.
Now in her latest Instagram post she has encouraged writers from India to write an excellent piece on climatic change that will be read in the virtual platform. In the video Kareena educating more about this competition states this essay competition is one of the oldest writing competitions going on since 1883. In addition to it, she also states this competition being called Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020. Urging young writers to share their thoughts on key global issues as it is a wonderful opportunity for them.
In the video she also shared the information on how to participate in the competition that is soon going to take place on the virtual platform. Urging young writers to participate in it, she dropped this video with the caption, “@royalcwsociety #QCEC”
This prestigious and oldest competition will have Stephen Fry, Geri Horner, David Walliams, Alexandra Burke, Gyles Brandreth, Lewis Pugh, Anthony Horowitz and more to encourage young writers. ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan Drops A Beautiful Post Workout Selfie After Her Long Trek; She Is Looking All Radiant
Kareena had penned a gratitude note for Royal Commonwealth Society after they included her on their panel in November 2020.
On the work front, Kareena Kapoor Khan has Laal Singh Chaddha to be released soon and few more projects in the pipeline. ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan As Sita In Ramayan? Film's Writer Vijayendra Prasad Vehemently Denies That Bebo Was Offered The Part - EXCLUSIVE
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