Aamir Khan makes for a happy picture as he is surrounded by a number of candid smiles from children of Zakhangaon village that has the actor visiting for his social initiative Paani Foundation.
Trust Aamir Khan to do things differently! His newly joined account on Instagram is another testimony of the actor setting precedents. His latest Instagram post serves as a treat to the eye with happy faces of children brightening the screen.
Less than two weeks into joining the social media platform, Aamir has given the third insight into his life with another series of nine posts. Each Instagram post from the Superstar has broken the internet and has his followers looking forward to the next sneak peek to his life.
Superstar Aamir Khan’s latest Instagram post gives a glimpse into his work towards his social initiative, Paani Foundation. The post has Aamir in the company of children from Zakhangaon village.
Aamir is seen striking a childlike smile as he is surrounded by happy faces. Captioning the series of nine Instagram posts, he wrote, “The kids of Zakhangaon village can bring a smile to anyone’s face :-).” The candid click showcases the kids delight on having the Superstar visit town.
After visiting Katgun village in Maharashtra, the latest destination for Aamir’s Paani Foundation is Zakhangaon village in the Satara district where the actor is spending time interacting with locals and spreading awareness about water conservation and management. Aamir Khan, in a Facebook Live interaction with his audience, had recently urged viewers to support the cause and participate in Shram Daan. In its third year, Paani Foundation will be reaching 75 Talukas.
The actor, who is currently filming Thugs of Hindostan, has chalked out dedicated time to personally attend and serve the social initiative. Paani Foundation’s Satyameva Jayate Water Cup has grown to achieve what they were set out to in the last three years. It is not a known fact but Aamir Khan has been going every year to do shramdaan for the foundation. Water Cup, that started with 3 Talukas in 2016, has almost 1/4th of Maharashtra participating this year. In 2018, over 9000 villages from 75 talukas will be competing for the Water Cup. The idea is to have a drought free state and all this by training the people themselves about watershed development.