Girliyapa’s Republic Day video ‘Little Voices’ gives out a powerful social reform message; showcases the importance of Education

28 . Jan . 2019
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  • Get motivated to volunteer for the cause of education with this 2 min film starring Srishti Srivastava, Ahsaas Channa, Khushbu Baid and Shreya Mehta

Girliyapa, the women centric brand from The Viral Fever (TVF) umbrella is known for tackling social issues through their creative and innovative content. This Republic Day, the channel has collaborated with zero-fund organization Robin Hood Academy to release a special video ‘Little Voices’ that tackles the issue of education for the underprivileged, for the #CreateTogether Campaign by Facebook. Starring internet sensations like Srishti Srivastava, Ahsaas Channa, Khushbu Baid and Shreya Mehta, the video motivates people to take a step towards getting out of their comfort zone and volunteering to educate under privileged children across the country.

 Understanding consumer psyche that, most people have a desire to help under privileged children but for numerous reasons tend to hold back; this video attempts to shatters these myths by giving people an easy and interesting solution! The idea with this 2 minute film is to provoke people to take that much needed step in helping under privileged children get quality education.

 On being a part of this initiative, Actress Ahsaas Channa said, “Education is a basic human right and lays the foundation for any nation. It is a cause close to my heart and I strongly feel that we should all do our bits in bringing about positive change. I am honored to be part of ‘Little Voices’ – a video that gives out such a powerful message in such a simple way.”

 Commenting on the importance of education, Actress Shreya Mehta added, “I firmly believe that education is the passport to the future, because tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. ‘Little Voices’ is an endeavor that encourages people to take a small step towards making education accessible to hundreds of under privileged children”

 You can watch the video here: