New Delhi: Bollywood celebrities are coming forward to help the needy seeing the worrisome situation of coronavirus pandemic in the country. Now Kareena Kapoor Khan is associated with Mission Oxygen started by her ex-students of Welham Girls School, Dehradun, under which the work is being done to provide oxygen to hospitals.
Kareena shared this information on Instagram and wrote, 'A fabulous initiative by my alma mater to help India breathe. The women of @welhamgirlsalumni have collaborated with @missionoxygenindia to help hospitals get immediate access to oxygen. These wonderful women always strive to do their best and I'm so proud to be a Welham-ite. Please support this cause and help India breathe again. Our contribution can go a long way. Let’s make a difference. Let’s create the solution.'
Let me tell you that, after studying at Jamnabai Narsee School in Mumbai, Kareena enrolled in the famous boarding school, Welham Girls School, Dehradun. Kareena had said in interviews that she had taken admission in boarding school to keep her mother Babita's heart, but later enjoyed it very well. Kareena also once said that she was never interested in schooling. However, she had good grades in all the classes except Mathematics but had a good time in the boarding as well.
After returning from Welham, Kareena studied commerce at Mithibai College in Mumbai for two years. Kareena made her debut as an actor in 2000 with JP Dutta's film Refugee, co-starring Abhishek Bachchan who was also debuting with this film. Ever since Kareena has come on Instagram, she has been very active and keeps sharing her personal and professional life updates.