Actor Dhamu is a well-known name when it comes to cinema. He began his career in 1992 and has acted in a lot of films and has won awards for his performances as well.
Recently, the actor has won a precious award, not for his cinema but for his contribution to education and development.
Dhamu has received the National Education Pride Award for his continuous efforts.
The Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR) held the 14TH RASHTRIYA SHIKSHA GAURAV PURASKAR CEREMONY 2021 virtually in which individuals and institutions were recognized for their contributions to the Education system in India
Talking at the event, Dhamu said that just like how actor Vivekh was inspired by Dr APJ Abdul Kalam to plant trees, he was inspired by him to educate students.
He added that so far his foundation has helped out around 20 Lakh people and said that the current pandemic situation has hit things badly.
He also added that only 25 per cent of the students are currently benefited by the online education and said that the second wave is currently alarming.