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Sonali Bendre roots for young authors on Children's Day!

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Published Nov 15, 2017, 1:24 pm IST
Updated Nov 15, 2017, 1:24 pm IST
An avid reader herself, Sonali had assembled bibliophiles through her club primarily to revive the joy of reading.
Sonali bendra was last seen in 'Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobaara!'.
 Sonali bendra was last seen in 'Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobaara!'.

Mumbai: On the occasion of Children’s Day, Sonali Bendre Behl took the opportunity to introduce a young author, Zuni Chopra to the members of her renowned book club on Facebook called, Sonali’s Book Club. The said young writer has penned a fantasy fiction titled, The House That Spoke, which the actress-turned best-selling author discussed over the online community.

The gorgeous actress brought to light the fact that you can balance school and your passion while being in conversation with Zuni. Sonali spoke to the young author about story ideation, redrafting and the importance of prior research, hailing her as an inspiration to a generation of writers.

 

An avid reader herself, Sonali had assembled bibliophiles through her club primarily to revive the joy of reading, which she couldn't pursue as much as she used to due to the hustle and bustle of her life.

Through her online community that is now steadily growing strong, the actress has not only rekindled her own passion for the written word, but also encouraged it in a tremendous way by conducting master classes with acclaimed Indian authors and posting to-be-read books on the platform.

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