Actor visits Kavre, interacts with students
KATHMANDU: Another Hollywood actor visited Nepal in the aftermath of April 25 earthquake. Oscar winning actor Adrien Brody visited Nepal as brand ambassador of Bvlgari to see the work of Save the Children post earthquake in Kavre on his three-day-visit.
Bvlgari has been partnering with Save the Children since 2009 in the development of children around the world. As per Sudarshan Shrestha, Director for Media and Communication of Save the Children in Nepal, the Italian brand of luxury goods has also committed € 5,00,000 aid as emergency response here after earthquake.
The Oscar winning actor of The Pianist arrived on October 3 and left on October 5.
“He went on a field trip to Kavre to see the works of Save the Children and to understand the problems that children are facing in the emergency and what their situation is,” Shrestha shared about the actor’s visit to Devitar VDC, Kavre on October 4.
Talking about Brody’s activities on the field, Shrestha said, “He interacted with the local community, visited a school — Devisthan Madhyamik Vidhyalaya and interacted with the students where they demonstrated hand washing techniques to him while he also performed the seven steps of hand washing steps.”
Along with Brody, three other Bvlgari ambassadors had come to Nepal. They included Italian actress Isabella Ferrari, Spanish actor and model Jon Kortajarena and German Princess Lilly zu Sayn Wittgenstein Berleburg, who arrived on October 1 in the Capital. They were involved in a two-day programme where they visited Bansbari in Sindhupalchowk and Kavre.
A version of this article appears in print on October 06, 2015 of The Himalayan Times.