Bigg Boss 14 winner Rubina Dilaik is very well known for her versed character in a TV show Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki, in which she played the role of a transgender. However, the BB season 14 winner was very well known for her fashion in the house. But did you know that the actress auctioned her Bigg boss gowns to a charity?
Earlier, the TV actress had shared a post about her decision to auction her Bigg Boss 14 entry gown, finale gown, and her Marjaneya song outfit for raising funds for the community. After lifting the BB trophy she wanted to do something special for the LGBTQ+ community. Hence, she decided to celebrate Pride month uniquely.
While posting it, Rubina Wrote, “Charity Sale Alert – I’ve been so excited to share this with you! I’ve picked out a select set of pieces from my wardrobe, from my Bigg Boss winning gown to my Marjaneya music video outfit – each of which has very special meaning to me. They are now up for sale online, and proceeds from your purchases will support the transgender community through @color.positive. I’m delighted to be celebrating #PrideMonth with you through this initiative. You all have been with me on this journey, so I’m thrilled for this chance to share some of these memories back with you. I’m excited to see which of you wears these pieces next, for your own special occasions!”
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Rubina had also talked about this in an interview, she said, “I am proud that I am associated with the cause and more than proud I am actually humbled that I could be of some service to this community. The LGBTQIA+ community has been long suppressed and if I can be the voice, I feel humbled enough. The day I won, it kind of decided that I wanted to auction my entry and the finale gown that I wore in the Bigg Boss house. I am so happy that my winning can or that moment can be a part of improving other’s lives as well. That emotion is way greater for me. So the emotion with my Bigg Boss 14 gown has now become an emotion for others as well. It can bring joy to other’s lives, and it is way more bigger joy for me.”