When Manek Ingale found out that his 10-year old daughter Sunita Ingale has been diagnosed with blood cancer he felt like his life stopped. After taking her to various hospitals for check-ups Sunita is finally admitted in Wadia Hospital, Parel.
Living in Ghatkopar, Mumbai Manek is a simple cement truck driver who earns a monthly wage of Rs.6000-7000 a month. He lives with his wife, two twin daughters and a son and hardly manages to cover up his monthly expenses. At such a time when he first got to know about his daughter’s disease he felt all the more worried. The hospital on their part has approached NGOs and while the chemotherapy is costing Rs.4 lakhs, with the help of NGOs they have managed to raise funds for Rs. 1 lakh.
But there’s always a God! Manek Ingale got a chance to help his daughter via Colors’ new charity show Mission Sapne. In the show with the help of Superstar Ranbir Kapoor Manek is getting a chance to save his daughter’s life.
The show’s format puts the celebrity in the common man’s shoes for a day as he/she do their daily work and earn wages. In order to help Manek, Ranbir Kapoor will be seen selling vada pavs and whatever money he earns in a day, that amount will be multiplied by 100 times and donated to Manek for his daughter’s surgery. Such a noble cause, right!
Every week Colors’ show Mission Sapne will focus on such heart-rending stories and a celebrity will be seen getting out of their comfort zone to help those who need them the most. This week Manek Ingale and his daughter Sunita will find a messiah in Ranbir Kapoor and the journey just gets divine further on!
Do tune in to watch Mission Sapne in which Ranbir saves Sunita’s life this Sunday 8pm only on Colors!