Sunday, May 19

Pankaj Tripathi, National Award Winner, Establishes School Library in Honor of Late Father

Renowned National Award-winning actor Pankaj Tripathi has made a heartfelt gesture by establishing a school library in memory of his late father, paying tribute to his legacy through education.

Pankaj Tripathi, currently enjoying the success of his recent project “OMG 2,” has reaffirmed his commitment to education and community development.

On September 11, the accomplished actor inaugurated a library in his hometown, Gopalganj, Bihar. This initiative was a heartfelt tribute to the cherished memory of his late father, Pandit Banaras Tiwari, who passed away on August 21. Hailing from Bihar himself, Pankaj Tripathi has consistently demonstrated his dedication to giving back to his community.

 

Pankaj Tripathi, National Award Winner, Establishes School Library in Honor of Late Father
Pankaj Tripathi, National Award Winner, Establishes School Library in Honor of Late Father

 

Notably, Tripathi had previously undertaken a mission to revitalize the school where he received his education. In collaboration with his elder brother, he embarked on this noble endeavor through the Pandit Banaras Tiwari Foundation Trust, which was established in honor of their beloved parents. To further their commitment to education, the actor visited his alma mater, the Higher Secondary School in Belsand, Goplaganj, to inaugurate a new library.

Pankaj Tripathi’s deep affinity for books and literature served as the driving force behind the construction of the library within the school premises. The library’s inauguration carries profound significance, as it aligns with the recent loss of Pankaj Tripathi’s beloved father. In a poignant tribute to his late father’s memory, the actor generously bestowed the students of the school with a valuable resource of knowledge. This act aims to empower the students and foster their intellectual growth, ensuring they have access to the tools needed to become better individuals.

As he inaugurated the library, Pankaj Tripathi eloquently expressed the profound value of education and the meaningful gesture he made in his father’s memory. He conveyed, “In dedicating this library to the cherished memory of my father, Pandit Banaras Tiwari, I hope to instill a lifelong love for knowledge and literature in the hearts of the students of Belsand, Gopalganj.

Education is the greatest gift we can give to our future generations, and it is my honor to contribute to their journey of learning.” Tripathi’s words reflect his deep commitment to the cause of education and his heartfelt dedication to enhancing the lives of the students in his hometown through the power of knowledge and literature.

Pankaj Tripathi’s National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor, earned for his remarkable performance in the movie “Mimi,” held a bittersweet significance as he was mourning the loss of his father. In a heartfelt statement, he shared, “This is, unfortunately, a period of loss and grieving for me.

 

Pankaj Tripathi's National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor, movie "Mimi,"
Pankaj Tripathi’s National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor, movie “Mimi,”

 

If Babuji was around, he would have been really happy for me. When I first got the National award mention, he was very proud and pleased.” Tripathi went on to dedicate this prestigious award to his late father and his enduring spirit. He expressed gratitude to the team while also acknowledging the profound influence his father had on his journey, underscoring that he owes his success to his beloved father.


Also read: England Clinches 2nd ODI Victory Over New Zealand with Liam Livingstone’s Stellar 95

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *