Shruti Haasan celebrated her birthday with the inmates of Little Flower Home for Blinds

Shruti Haasan celebrated her birthday by Cake cutting & spend around one hour with the inmates of Little Flower Home for Blinds

Chennai based UNGALUKAGHA CHARITABLE TRUST and ROTARY CLUB OF MADRAS T.NAGAR jointly organized SAVE THE BLIND CHILDREN programme at THE LITTLE FLOWER HOME for BLIND, 4,G N Chetty Road (Near Gemini Fly Over), Chennai-06.

The first service project of this year, Chennai based UNGALUKAGHA CHARITABLE TRUST and ROTARY CLUB OF MADRAS T.NAGAR jointly organized SAVE THE BLIND CHILDREN programme at THE LITTLE FLOWER HOME for BLIND for the improvement and happiness of 970 blind inmates.

The programme was started with a prayer by the students followed by a mega size Cake cutting by the Chief guest Ms.Shruti Haasan to mark and celebrate her birth day.

After the inauguration of the Save the Blind Children programme Chief Guest Ms. Shruti Haasan, lauded the effort taken by Dr.Suneel, Founder of Ungalukagha charitable Trust and members from Rotary Club of Madras T.Nagar for oraganising this event for a noble cause and thanked the Ungalukagha Charitable Trust for the opportunity given to participate with this children and I am very much happy today being here with these children to celebrate my birth day too. Actress Shruti Haasan spend around one hour with the inmates of Little Flower Home for Blinds