Rakhi Sawant is a true entertainer and the actress does not leave any chance in keeping fans thoroughly entertained. On the other hand, Rakhi keeps fans hooked on to her social media account sharing super interesting videos. Just recently, Rakhi Sawant took to her social media to share an interesting video to share an update with fans about her new start-up. In the video, the actress shared that she has started her new website and an NGO and asks for the support of her fans.
On Instagram, Rakhi Sawant shared video updating fans about her new start-up. The video features Rakhi comfortably seating with her filter on her. In the video, the actress opens up about her new project and shares that she is starting a new website called ‘www.therakhisawant.com’ and is also starting up a new NGO. Sharing the video, she captioned it, “My website and NGO MY Website:www.therakhisawant.com.”
As the video plays, Rakhi goes on to share her reasons for starting up the NGO. The actress shared that she has been helping the country for quite some time now, but is now looking forward to helping many distressed women around the country. Asking fans for their support on her good deed, Rakhi mentioned to her fans how she has been working all alone for quite some time now and would appreciate their help. The actress also revealed that she has helped to build roads in Lokhandwala, Andheri, Mumbai, and also send out computers for learning purposes to schools and Tihar Jail. Check out Rakhi Sawant’s video.
Meanwhile, as Rakhi Sawant wants to help in supporting women after International Women’s day, with the COVID-19 scare and outbreak in the country currently, Rakhi also shared a video urging people to not play Holi due to Coronavirus, you can read it HERE! Also Read: Rakhi Sawant Reminds Shehnaaz's Dad To Not Take Her Name Loosely; Now Explains Her Struggle- EXCLUSIVE
Image source: Instagram/ Rakhi Sawant
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