Sonam Kapoor pledges to look after 10 kids suffering from cancer at NGO | Memsaab.com

Sonam Kapoor presently working in her sister Rhea Kapoor’s directorial venture comedy-drama film Veere Di Wedding .

The pretty actress has also visited the paediatric section of the hospital and spoke to children and their parents.

The pretty actress has also visited the paediatric section of the hospital and spoke to children and their parents.
In This Image: Sonam Kapoor
It was reported that she is working with a team of 24 nutritionists so as to meet the nutritional requirements of the kids with everything they need to get through this challenging time.
 

The pretty actress has also visited the paediatric section of the hospital and spoke to children and their parents.

The pretty actress has also visited the paediatric section of the hospital and spoke to children and their parents.
In This Image: Sonam Kapoor
It was reported that she is working with a team of 24 nutritionists so as to meet the nutritional requirements of the kids with everything they need to get through this challenging time.

Sonam has vouched to not only support the foundation but also dedicate a significant amount of her time to visiting hospitals. She has pledged to look after the nutritional needs of 10 cancer children

Sonam has vouched to not only support the foundation but also dedicate a significant amount of her time to visiting hospitals. She has pledged to look after the nutritional needs of 10 cancer children
In This Image: Sonam Kapoor
Sonam has vouched to not only support the foundation but also dedicate a significant amount of her time to visiting hospitals. She has pledged to look after the nutritional needs of 10 cancer children

Sonam Kapoor presently working in her sister Rhea Kapoor’s directorial venture comedy-drama film Veere Di Wedding .

Sonam Kapoor presently working in her sister Rhea Kapoor’s directorial venture comedy-drama film Veere Di Wedding .
In This Image: Sonam Kapoor
We comes to know the film is expected to hit the cinema screens next year