Karachi: Ali Zafar recently visited a school of underprivileged children in his hometown Sanjan Nagar in Pakistan to celebrate the success of his latest film 'Kill Dil'.
The actor, who played the lead role alongside Ranvir Singh, Govinda and Parineeti Chopra, hosted a special screening of his film and invited 50 students, Dawn.com reported.
Zafar said that he is delighted to extend his support to this worthy cause by announcing scholarship for fifty students at higher secondary level which hopefully will enable them to not only get their high school diploma but gives them a chance to pursue a more productive and qualitatively better life.
He said that the love of people has made him what he is and people have a habit to ask God to give the, things they desire and when he does they forget, but he doesn't want to do that.
Zafar added that he would be taking responsibilities for the education of 50 children who will support 50 families and he would urge everybody who has been given that status by God to do as much as they can for more kids from Sanjan Nagar or wherever they can find deserving children, as they are the future.