Mumbai: Bollywood actress Yami Gautam has been receiving praises from critics and audiences alike for her performance in her latest OTT outing A Thursday. Yami, who played the character of a rape victim, has got us all thinking about the current infrastructure available at the disposal of the sexually assaulted victims for their rehabilitation. And now, the Vicky Donor actress has announced to do something meaningful for the sexually assaulted victims.
Yami has announced that she will step up to support the sexually assaulted victims in order to contribute for the betterment of the infrastructure in her own capacity. Talking about the same, the actress shared, “Today with great pride I would like to share that I have joined hands with two NGOs, who are constantly supporting and working towards the rehabilitation of sexually assaulted victims. The need to work on these issues stems from the women’s safety issues, which still exist while it has progressed but, there’s a long way to go still.”
Yami Gautam, who tied the knot with Uri: The Surgical Strike filmmaker last year, said in the future, she will help the NGOs to procure better resources to support women from all walks of life. “My association with the NGOs is just the beginning and in the near future, I would want to contribute further in helping to procure better resources to protect and support women from all walks of life,” said the Kaabil actress.
Indeed, it’s a thought-provoking step that Yami Gautam has taken and she urges people to come in and support and help to eradicate the relevant issues which women are still facing in our society. Every small step can make a big difference to society.
Meanwhile, Yami’s recent OTT release, A Thursday, has become the ‘most viewed’ film across Over-The-Top platforms this week, according to a report. Sharing the news on social media, the actress thanked the viewers for the ‘overwhelming love and support.’