New Delhi: Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher, who is in the capital on his maiden trip to shoot his biopic on late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, visited an NGO dealing with victims of sex trafficking.
The 34-year-old actor spent some quality time with young girls here and took to Twitter to post a picture as well as the link of the NGO`s web address.
"Met some powerful girls today in Delhi at Apne Aap: A grassroots movement to end sex trafficking. Www.Apneaap.Org," Kutcher tweeted.
The `Two and A Half Men` star is playing the lead in the independent film directed by Joshua Michael Stern, titled `Jobs`.
The film centers on the titular figure`s life from when he was a wayward hippie from Northern California until he became the co-founder of Apple.
The actor has shot scenes in Delhi and Vrindavan as part of the biopic.
Jobs, who died on October 5 last year, came to India 35 years ago on a spiritual quest and spent two-three months here.