Emma Watson starts counseling fans

Emma Watson starts counseling fans

NEW YORK:  Harry Potter starlet Emma Watson gave out life advices to people travelling via Grand Central station for just $2.

An interaction booth was being carried by a man at the station with a sign board titled, 'Advice from Emma Watson $2'.

According to sources, the interactive booth is a part of Emma's upcoming project 'The Circle'. Commuters had to pay just $2 for talking to Emma Watson live on the iPad that was placed on the stall.


Fans were paying $2 and connecting with Emma as they shared their problems and Belle's actress would keenly listen to their problems and come up with a possible solution for her fans. ''Good luck, good luck," Emma added at the end of every conversation.

Emma has always had her ways of connecting with her fans. Remember the time when she placed free novel for her fans with little inspiring notes for the readers?

Watson is the UN Women’s Goodwill Ambassador. She has a repute for being a 'feminist' and she has also launched the HeforSHE campaign that promotes gender equality.

Emma Watson has two major projects releasing this year that includes 'The Circle' alongside Tom Hanks and Disney's remake of 'Beauty and the Beast' starring Luke Evans, Emma Thompson and many more stars.