New Delhi: Actress Evelyn Sharma is on a mission to make India a fashion forward country with her NGO 'Seams for Dreams'. The actress is also setting up an institution with the name 'School of Seams' wherein the people would be given vocational education about fashion designing.
"Fashion makes me happy and I want that happiness to be shared by everyone and that's the reason why I started this NGO. Since the age of 15, I wanted to promote fashion through noble cause. And now, it makes me so happy to take my dream an edge higher with the launch of ' School of Seams', which will educate people with the craft of fashion designing," the 29-year-old actress told ANI.
"There's so much going on in my life right now. All the time either I am travelling or taking care of my NGO work. But I know that one day I would love to start my own line which would be all about comfort. Maybe of Pajamas," she added.
Evelyn confirmed that she has been offered an American TV series but she is yet to read the scripts. Apart from that, she has been vigorously working out to lose five kilos with celebrity trainer Yasmin Karachiwala for an unnamed film scheduled to be shot in Japan.