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Sonam Kapoor teaches road safety

IndaGlitz [Monday, November 19, 2012]
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While most of the girls looked up to her as fashion guru and took her styling tips seriously, Sonam Kapoor next took to roads to teach a lesson or two about driving safety.
 
Recently the tall fashionista was in Delhi to promote a safety initiative organised by the Delhi Traffic Police. Sonam not only spoke about road safety measures but also demonstrated how to wear helmets and strap them properly while driving to motorists.

The actress mainly spoke targeting women and stated that they should not drive unless they are wearing helmets and same applies if they are sitting on pillion as well. JCP, Delhi Traffic Police officer Satyendra Garg and few traffic policemen were present for the session along with Sonam. The road safety campaign took place at India Gate on Saturday.
 
Sonam along with Abhay is in Delhi shooting for Aanand L Rai's film 'Raanjhnaa'.



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