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Sneha Wagh opens up on her visit to a remote Government school

The future is bright, if only they had more exposure : Sneha Wagh after her visit to a remote Government school.

Published: Tuesday,Nov 15, 2022 10:15 AM GMT-07:00
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As India celebrated Children's day yesterday, Na Umra ki Seema actress Sneha Wagh aka Amba had quite an experience on her family vacation. Whilst the actress was exploring a remote village area in Uttarakhand, she visited a Government school & was blown away with the way the children who have limited exposure had a vision at life. 

An exhilarated Sneha who shares her excitement after her rendezvous with the children shares, 'Some opportunities are just happy coincidences.

 I'm currently in a remote area in Jim Corbett, Nainital. I'm here on a short break spending some quality time with mommy in the lap of nature. While on a short trek, one of the villagers who recognized that I work for television, asked me if I could be a part of the Children's day celebration at a Government run school. 

Although I was purely on a vacation away from work commitments, I knew this would get the children excited & I'd have something of value to take away too so I agreed.'

'In 10 minutes, I was at the school & we instantly got to chatting. I shared my journey, told them about the shows I was a part of & I was pleasantly surprised as some of them knew me by my character name. They recognized me as Veera & Jyoti & some knew me by my character in the show Hanuman. This cute little girl walked up to me & said 'Maam Hanuman me toh kitni alag dikhti ho app'. It was honestly a moemy of pure joy & bliss for me. I felt proud, happy & love at the same time,' Sneha shares. 


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Talking about their struggles, Sneha shares, 'Their lives are limited here in this remote area in terms of opportunities but that doesn't mean they don't dream. I sat with them & had some mind stirring conversations & that is when I learnt that these are some really bright minds who can bring about a change, given the right resources. This Children's day, I really wish & pray that every child gets equal opportunity in their lifetime & every child has a right to education.'


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