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Video on refugees: Mahira khan joins Hollywood stars

Video on refugees: Mahira khan joins Hollywood stars
UNITED NATION: Mahira Khan, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’s (UNHCR) Goodwill Ambassador for Pakistan, shared the screen with Hollywood celebrities about improving the lives of refugees.
In a video message shared on Instagram, the Superstar actor raised her voice on the plight of refugees. “Every action counts, every voice counts,” reads the caption.

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Khan also said she felt strongly about the matter and wished to share the message with the entire world. “We’re proud to speak up for refugees everywhere,” said Khan. “We all have a part to play in helping somebody else, including me. What will yours be?”

Hollywood celebrities such as Riz Ahmed, Cate Blanchett, Ben Stiller, Benedict Cumberbatch, and others also came forward in the UNHCR video to support the refugee cause and highlight the seriousness of the issue.

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“Everyone counts on famous faces to highlight important issues, generate support for good causes like refugees,” the celebrities said in a video montage. “Each reading a line, repeating a point again and again in the hope that everyone would act.”
Khan is one of the biggest celebrities in Pakistan and has often used her influence to support social causes. On November 6, she was appointed a goodwill ambassador of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
In 2018, the actor began working with the UNHCR to highlight the plight of the 1.4 million Afghan refugees in Pakistan.
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