Bollywood unites in London for 26/11

Lara Dutta - Konkona Sen Sharma - Shekhar Kapur - Kabir Bedi - Pooja Bedi - Sanjay Gupta - Arshad Warsi
FOR 26/11 - An act of Solidarity

Celebrities and Royals across the globe come together to raise money for the victims of the Mumbai terror attacks.
On Thursday 26th November, DVK Foundation hosts the first Commemorative charity gala dinner and auction in The Royal Kensington Palace, London in aid of the 2008 Mumbai terror victims.
In addition to raising much-needed funds for DVK Foundation, the gala is set to be an extraordinary event. The guest list boasts key global figures from all walks of life, including business leaders, film stars, and royalty to people personally touched by the attacks and surviving victims.  Hosts for the evening are international actor Kabir Bedi and Pooja Bedi standing side-by-side as father and daughter symbolising the unity of the people of Mumbai in the face of adversity. The theme is of unity and a united stand against terror. Confirmed names of attendance to note are HRH Prince Michael of Kent, Lara Dutta, Boman Irani, Konkana Sen, Sam Branson, Sabrina Guinness, Ed Bains, Deputy Mayor, Richard Barnes and The Reuben family to name a few. Guests will walk the red carpet in an act of solidarity against terrorism and to support the Foundations good work.

    * On 26th November 2008 over 5000 innocent people were targeted by terrorists in India.
    * 164 innocent lives were lost and many more changed forever by the events that unfolded over 3 days in Mumbai.

The DVK foundation was founded by Deepak Kuntawala, a survivor, a victim and a hero of the Mumbai terror attacks. The first hand horror of the terrorist attacks which Dee Kay experienced were life changing, and as a result led to the creation of DVK Foundation.

DVK Foundation has been formed for victims of terror all over the world to aid them in whatever they may need to make their lives easier after being touched by any attack anywhere around the world. From the moment disaster strikes through to the years following, The DVK Foundation aims to bring support and help to all involved.