On the wonderful occasion of women`s day someone from the Bollywood did something which won everyone`s heart and now all are praising him for his goof work. Vivek Oberoi has always lent a helping hand to those in need. On Women's Day, he introduced his colleagues at Karm Infrastructure to Lalita, an acid attack survivor. He has not only given her a job but also bought her a new house. He is taking her to counseling sessions to enable her to begin a new life. Vivek told, "When I met her, I got to know that she is looking for a job. Since I found her talented, I offered her one in my company. Also, when I learned that she stays in a rented apartment, as a responsible citizen, I decided to gift her home through my affordable housing company." Vivek Oberoi is an Indian film actor known for his works exclusively in Bollywood. He made his Hindi film debut with Ram Gopal Varma's super-hit Company (2002). His performance in the film earned him Filmfare Awards for Best Male Debut and Best Supporting Actor. He later featured in several notable films which include Saathiya, Masti, Yuva, Omkara, and Grand Masti. He performed lead antagonist in Krrish 3. He is also starred in biographical films such as Maya Dolas in Shootout at Lokhandwala, Paritala Ravindra in Rakta Charitra, and Muthappa Rai in Rai. Oberoi was awarded the Red and White Bravery Award in 2006 for helping re-build a village which was hit severely by the Tsunami. Oberoi was in Chennai when disaster struck and assembled six truckloads of relief supplies and also adopted a tsunami-ravaged village in the Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu. Oberoi and his family founded The Yashodhara Oberoi Foundation (YOF). Oberoi serves as the World Health Organization's anti-tobacco spokesperson. He is involved with several charities in Chennai and Mumbai. His work with Project Hope to bring relief to victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami earned him a Good Samaritan Award from Rotary International.