Deepika Padukone Launches Care Package On Clubhouse Ft Influencers Jay Shetty, Radhi Devlukia
As the name suggests, Deepika Padukone’s initiative is aimed to bring about more awareness related to care. Some of the prominent thought leaders of the world are a part of this care package.
Actress Deepika Padukone recently launched a ‘Care Package’ which is curated by her in collaboration with some of the most sought-after thought leaders around the world that prioritise ‘Care’. She launched this care package on a social networking app called Clubhouse. The package has three themes namely, my relationship with self-care, breathe, and love and care – how is it different?
As the name suggests, her initiative is aimed to bring about more awareness related to care. Some of the prominent thought leaders of the world are a part of this care package. They include former monk and podcaster Jay Shetty, Plant-based dietician Radhi Devlukia, Multidisciplinary artist and entrepreneur Raghava KK and more. It also includes a performance by artist Pratik Kuhad.
While sharing information about ‘Care Package’, Deepika wrote, “I’m super excited to launch ‘Care Package’ – An Audio-First Festival that Cares! This package, curated by me, is a box full of conversations and performances from thought leaders around the world that prioritise ‘Care”
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While commenting on this post, Jay Shetty wrote, “So excited to be a part of this conversation 🙌 Thank you for leading this important dialogue and gathering such an amazing group of individuals” (sic)
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This is not the first time Deepika has taken active measures to advocate for mental health. She has always been quite vocal about the importance of mental health and keeps taking initiatives to raise awareness about the same.
On the work front, Deepika is slated to feature in Kabir Khan’s 83 alongside Ranveer Singh, Pankaj Tripathi, Boman Irani and more. She will also appear in Pathan, Cirkus and an untitled Shakun Batra film.