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Kunal Kapoor urges people to help Maharashtra's drought-hit villages

Actor Kunal Kapoor, who came face-to-face with the situation in a drought-hit village of Maharashtra, has urged the public to do their bit in helping to alleviate the problem.

 

I visited one of Maharashtra's drought hit villages on the weekend. And guys, the situation is far worse than you can imagine. A lot of villages have absolutely no water, people are forced to walk miles and queue for hours in the scorching heat to fetch a little water. There are thousands of villagers that need help URGENTLY. Fulora Foundation has partnered with Ketto and taken up the responsibility of 34 villages in #Beed. YOU can help as well!! Just follow the link https://www.ketto.org/jal-aadhar All it takes is Rs. 2000 to provide an entire village with water for a day. Let's get together for these parched lands of Maharashtra. Pls contribute and spread the word on Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, Instagram #drought

A photo posted by Kunal Kapoor (@kunalkkapoor) onMay 15, 2016 at 10:19pm PDT

 

"I visited one of Maharashtra's drought-hit villages on the weekend. And guys, the situation is far worse than you can imagine. A lot of villages have absolutely no water, people are forced to walk miles and queue for hours in the scorching heat to fetch a little water," Kunal wrote on his Instagram on Monday.

The "Rang De Basanti" actor also shared that there are many villagers that need urgent help.

 

I visited one of Maharashtra's drought hit villages on the weekend. And guys, the situation is far worse than you can imagine. A lot of villages have absolutely no water, people are forced to walk miles and queue for hours in the scorching heat to fetch a little water. There are thousands of villagers that need help URGENTLY. Fulora Foundation has partnered with Ketto and taken up the responsibility of 34 villages in #Beed. YOU can help as well!! Just follow the link https://www.ketto.org/jal-aadhar All it takes is Rs. 2000 to provide an entire village with water for a day. Let's get together for these parched lands of Maharashtra. Pls contribute and spread the word on Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, Instagram #drought

A photo posted by Kunal Kapoor (@kunalkkapoor) onMay 15, 2016 at 10:20pm PDT

 

"Fulora Foundation has partnered with Ketto and taken up the responsibility of 34 villages in Beed. You can help as well," he wrote and shared a link, sharing information on how people can help.

"All it takes is Rs.2,000 to provide an entire village with water for a day. Let's get together for these parched lands of Maharashtra," added Kunal.

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