Will be back in Nepal with my children: Susan

On her maiden trip to quake-hit Nepal, Oscar-winning actor Susan Sarandon is keen to lend her celebrity status to promote rehabilitation and tourism in the Himalayan country, which is struggling to come to terms with the tragedy. The 68-year-old star, who is on a week-long visit to the country as the ambassador of Live to Love foundation run by Gyalwang Drukpa, said the notion about the current condition of Nepal should change.

The Dead Men Walking star said she would love to visit the country later this year with her kids and encourage people to come here with their families too. “General perception about the current condition in Nepal is not true. Buildings made just before quake are still standing. If I can help in that way then also it is important to say that I will be back when the rain stops and maybe with my kids,” she said. 
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