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    They may be queens of glamour and fame but these lovely ladies don’t shy away from going all out for the greater good. Take a look at some of Bollywood’s famous beauties with a cause.
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    Glamour girl Priyanka Chopra has since carved a niche for herself as an acclaimed actress. But She’s also one of the most socially responsible actors in India. Through the years she’s supported and spoken about many causes education for the underprivileged, female infanticide and feticide. In 2010, she was appointed the Unicef Goodwill Ambassador. She’s the brand ambassador for NDTV Greenathon which looks into the lack of electricity in rural villages. As part of the campaign to raise awareness she adopted 3 villages to work towards their welfare.



    The ever brazen Preity Zinta might be known for bubbly roles on screen but, she has definitely reached heights with her courage and humanitarian work. She works with charities involved in creating awareness about female infanticide, HIV/AIDS, Blood donation and human trafficking. On her 34th birthday she adopted 34 girls in Rishikesh to provide them with education and a better life.
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    India’s ultimate fashionista Sonam Kapoor might be well known for her keen style sense but this girl not just about the labels. In 2012 Sonam auctioned her clothes online. The proceeds of which went to Smile Foundation which works to support poor children. She wanted this money to help educate underprivileged kids. She was also chosen the brand ambassador of Ogaan Cancer Foundation to help spread awareness about breast cancer.



    Former Miss India and actress Celina Jaitly is a strong supporter and activist for equal rights for the LGBT community. She was a prominent face during the protests to repeal Article 377 and has worked for the welfare of the LGBT community. Celina has also campaigned for PETA and has reportedly pledged her eyes Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital in support of eye donation.

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    Former Miss Asia Pacific and actress Dia Mirza is also a socially responsible actress.She supports social organisations such as Cancer Patients Aid Association. She's also the spokesperson for a green environment campaign. And has been actively involved with the Andhra Pradesh government to spread HIV awareness and prevent female foeticide? Add to this, also supports PETA and CRY.



    In the wake of the Delhi gangrape case Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra organized a women’s self defense camp and professed the importance of self defense in a woman’s life in today’s time. The actress is also a supporter of PETA and worked with organizations to help spread awareness about HIV/AIDS.

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    Bollywood's queen bee Kareena Kapoor joined the Shakti Campaign which aimed at fighting violence against women in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day. Through her years as a prominent personality Kareena has never shied away from being involved in several humanitarian causes.



    India's global star Aishwarya Rai was appointed UNAIDS goodwill ambassador to help raise awareness on issues related to stopping new HIV infections in children. She also donated her eyes to the Eye Bank Association of India.She founded the Aishwarya Rai Foundation to help those in need. And was chosen as the first Goodwill Ambassador of Smile Train - an international organisation that provides free cleft lip and palate surgery.

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    India’s first Miss Universe, actress Sushmita Sen set an example for the world to applaud when she adopted a baby girl. Today Ms Sen has two adopted daughters and is a supporter of the girl child movement. She’s associated with several charity events and has carved a niche for herself as a humanitarian.



    One of Bollywood’s finest actresses Vidya Balan is also an involved philanthropist. Reportedly she’s worked for the welfare of underprivileged girls and has become the brand ambassador for drinking water and sanitation campaign.

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