The 44-year-old 'Race' star has also announced a contribution of Rs 20 lakh every year till Rio 2016 Olympics to the NGO, which is founded by sports legends Geet Sethi and Prakash Padukone and aims at helping Indian athletes win gold medal at Olympic games.
    
"I am thrilled to be the brand ambassador of OGQ as I love all sports. OGQ has been doing wonderful work to help Indian athletes in their quest for Olympic glory. These athletes are the true heroes and we must all do our bit to support them," Saif said in a statement.
    
His role will be to help raise funds in the form of donations and contributions which will go towards the training of the athletes supported by OGQ.

He will also spread awareness about OGQ, its mission, vision and the impact that OGQ is creating in Indian Olympic sport.
    
"I am announcing a contribution of Rs 20 lakh per annum to OGQ until the Rio 2016 Olympics. This will go towards the training of the athletes supported by OGQ. In addition to this we will be doing a lot of fund raising events for Olympic Gold Quest," the actor added.
    
Sethi said Saif, whose father Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi was an Indian cricket team captain, is a big boon for the organisation's cause.
    
"It has always been the dream of OGQ to involve all Indians in our mission to help Indian athletes win Olympic medals. We believe that Saif Ali Khan, whose family has a strong legacy in sport, can help us make Olympic Gold Quest into a movement," he said.

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