The bold and beauty with an introspective mind, Sherlyn Chopra emphasis on education at a literary debate in the city and said education is necessary for independence and interdependence.
A former Miss Andhra also said that she had always dreamed to be a doctor but get into glamour world after winning the beauty pageant.
Sherlyn, who was a guest speaker at the event, spoke for around 20 minutes which encompassed a wide gamut of thoughts on the need for literacy and education for the poor and the extremely poor in India. She expressed that education was not only a preparation for life, but life itself.
A Kamasutra 3D actress further elaborated on how education can leverage equal work opportunities, women empowerment and remove the socio-economic disconnect.
Sherlyn, who made to the infamous ‘Playboy’ magazine cover, insisted on the need to motivate the underprivileged to commit to the spirit of hope and to create awareness around literacy amongst them.