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Sonakshi Sinha joins ‘Happy Bhag Jayegi’ Team for Sequel

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Mumbai, Oct 2: Actress Sonakshi Sinha has been roped in for the sequel of “Happy Bhag Jayegi”, and she says she is excited to start the journey.

The sequel is titled “Happy Bhag Jayegi Returns”.

“It’s one big Happy family! Can’t wait to kick-start this journey…Aanand L Rai, Mudassar, Diana Penty #happybhaagjayegireturns,” Sonakshi tweeted on Sunday.

Mudassar Aziz, who directed the first part, is proud of the union.

“So yes Sonakshi is my Happy 2! And I am very proud to bring her to you! Kill it Sona (sic),” he posted.

“Happy Bhag Jayegi”, featuring Diana Penty, Ali Fazal and Abhay Deol, was released on August 18 last year. The romantic comedy narrated the story of a girl named Happy, who runs away from her wedding and reaches Pakistan by mistake.

Diana, who played the lead role in part one, also took to Twitter to share her excitement. She posted: “Happy days are here again.”(IANS)

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Sonakshi Joins Forces With UNESCO To Promote Safe Cyber Environment

Children are easy targets for cyber bullying, online sexual abuse and exploitation

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Sonakshi Joins Forces With UNESCO To Promote Safe Cyber Environment
Sonakshi Joins Forces With UNESCO To Promote Safe Cyber Environment. Flickr

Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha has joined forces with Unesco to promote a safe and secure cyber environment for youngsters to ensure they are not targeted for bullying, abuse, exploitation and more through the internet.

A post on the official Twitter handle of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation’s New Delhi cluster office read on Thursday: “Sonakshi Sinha joins Unesco to promote safe and secure online environment for children and help empower our future digital citizens.”

Sonakshi retweeted it, and shared a video captioned: “I stand for protection of children.”

In the video, she says: “Internet use in India is exploding and mobile access has really changed the game. But what does that mean for a country with the world’s largest child’s population? Is cyberspace safe for the children who are under 18? All 470 million of them? Do our girls get to lead their internet life with dignity. The truth is that the risks they are facing are shocking.

“Children are easy targets for cyber bullying, online sexual abuse and exploitation, enticement to illegal behaviour and many more such horrific things. It is also true that internet and social media play a huge part in influencing the truth today. I am truly concerned, and as an active citizen, I would like to make sure that our boys and girls are protected both online and offline.”

Unicef congratulated the "Dabangg" actress for being a champion of child rights
Unicef congratulated the “Dabangg” actress for being a champion of child rights. flickr

Stressing on the importance of education on the safe use of online spaces, the actress said it will equip boys and girls to be prepared to report any type of abuse or exploitation.

“This is something that has been highlighted by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals which I fully and truly support. That’s why I am joining forces with Unesco to help find cyber threats to children. I would also urge you to partner with Unesco and other agencies to help promote child safety online and help empower our future digital citizens.

“Let’s come together to help build a safer cyber space for and with our children.”

Also read: Sonakshi Sinha: Its Important to Rise Above Looks

Unicef congratulated the “Dabangg” actress for being a champion of child rights. (IANS)