Roopa Iyer addressed the AIDS affected children, who were holding the audio cds of Mukaputa. She looked very emotional at the children and her question "what is the sin of these small kids?" looked like a big problem to this society. She advised all the youths to cultivate good culture.
Actors Raghavendra Rajkumar and Jaggesh, who were also present on the heartrending occasion, donated Rs. 1 lakh, 50,000 respectively for the welfare of AIDS affected children. Vajreshwari Kumar gave Rs. 50,000, while cinematographer Aital gave Rs. 25,500 for the same cause. All of them praised Roopa for her social concern.
"The people those wants to have sex with others should follow all precautionary measures. Our society doesn't need AIDS affected children any more," speaking on the occasion, musician Hamsalekha said directly. Meanwhile he was honoured with Dhruva Award.
The Music of Roopa Iyer's Kannada and English movie Mukaputa (Cover Page), which is based on AIDS affected children, was launched recently in Bangalore. The music launch was held at Chowdayya Memorial Hall, Bangalore and it was released in the presence of hundreds of AIDS affected children, which was heartrending moment.