Dia Mirza creates awareness for Indian Head Injury Foundation

By Hamara Photos
Saturday, March 16th, 2013 7:01 pm

Dia Mirza unveiled the all-new BMW 7 series on 9th March at the Jodhpur One World Retreat. An initiative headed by Jodhpur’s Maharaja Gaj Singh II and supported by BMW India, the retreat focused on supporting and raising awareness for Indian Head Injury Foundation.

Dia Mirza was very excited about being part of this retreat. The talented actress has been part of various initiatives over the years and has actively worked towards creating awareness about various noble causes. Apart from generating funds, the event also focussed on a series of thought sessions on “A Beautiful Mind”, where participants, led by eminent neuroscientists, will consider ways to bring down the alarming numbers of head injuries in India.

Apart from Dia Mirza, the retreat included prominent personalities like cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and Philipp Von Sahr to name a few.
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