Most stars of the tinsel town have extended support to an online fund-raising space - Ketto. "Rang De Basanti" actor Kunal Kapoor is co-founder of the platform, which is running an online campaign dedicated to help Nepal with the tag 'JoinHandsforNepal' on micro-blogging site Twitter.

Celebrities like Dia Mirza, Anupam Kher, Aditi Rao Hydari, Nargis Fakhri, Abhishek Bachchan, Gaurav Kapur and Lisa Ray have taken ahead the Ketto campaign.

The campaign aims at raising Rs 1,00,000, which will help buy 20 survival kits worth Rs.5,000 with essentials like tarpaulin, mats and hygiene kit.

Funds raised under it will go to CARE INDIA which will help in rehabilitation process of Nepal. "You can help me raise funds for #NepalQuakeRelief. Each survival kit costs INR5000/- #CareIndia @ketto http://ketto.org/JoinHandsforNepal…  Thank you," Dia posted on Twitter.

If we talk about the young Bollywood brigade, they have also stepped foward to help the Himalayan nation. Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt and Shraddha Kapoor have got associated with Ketto campaign.

"People need our help!! Join hands with me and lets make it happen guys... Each survival kit costs 5000 rupees http://ketto.org/standbynepal," the "Highway" actress Alia tweeted.

Filmmaker Karan Johar took to Twitter to ask his followers to send in their donations to Nepali Relief by photographer Rohan Shrestha, who has roots in Nepal.

The community page strives to give onground help and supply things to the people of Kathmandu."Please extend all your support and contribute to the devastation in Nepal....www.facebook.com/nepalirelief <http://www.facebook.com/nepalirelief>," Johar wrote.

Anil Kapoor has asked his fans to send in their contribution through Britain's Save the Children organisation, which is working towards meeting urgent needs of children in Nepal. "Thoughts & prayers to all - support the relief response here http://bit.ly/1HDRqyC  #NepalEarthquake," Anil posted.

Nepal was jolted by an earthquake of 7.9-magnitude on Saturday, which has brought life in the Himalayan nation to a halt. The toll in the devastating quake has climbed to 3,351 dead and 6,833 injured.

 

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