A BBC documentary, focusing on child trafficking in India will be fronted by Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan.
The 'Mean Girls' star has travelled across the continent interviewing the people involved in trying to find solutions to the illegal trade, reports the BBC.
While in India, Lohan visited the Sanlaap women's and children's shelter outside Kolkata, which houses young women and girls who were victims of trafficking and other forms of exploitation.
The star descried her visit to India as "the most amazing time of my life."
The documentary will be aired on BBC Three.