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Dr. Khanna to Attend the 13th annual Women in Film Malibu Golf Classic
Date:3/26/2010

Dr. Khanna, a sports enthusiast and a player himself supports women in film and their golf charity.

(Vocus) March 26, 2010 -- The Malibu golf classic is one of the pivotal events that work to represent the Women in Film Foundation. The event will take place on July 10, 2010 in beautiful Malibu, California and will consists of; golfing, contests, and prizes followed by an evening of cocktails, dinner and an auction benefiting the foundation. In the past numerous celebrities have participated and shown their support for WIF members.

Past celebrity guests include; Jane Seymour, Martin sheen, and Betty Thomas. Attending the Malibu golf classic this year is Dr. Rajesh Khanna an accomplished lLASIK and Eye surgeon in the Beverly Hills area.

Rajesh Khanna, MD supports the Women in Film foundation and identifies with their goals to help others. Dr. Khanna has been helping people with vision impairments for over 20 years, including patients that are legally blind. Dr. Khanna helps patients regain their vision and their confidence. The doctor recognizes the importance in giving women the opportunity to follow their dreams and to succeed in the entertainment industry.

The power and prestige of the Woman in film organization is recognized world wide. WIF is a non profit organization dedicated to helping women achieve their highest potential in entertainment, communications, and media industries. The Women in film organization was founded in 1973 and have since worked to preserve the legacy of the women within these industries. The WIF is based in Los Angeles and provides their members with a variety of ser
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