In the late 1990s in various European countries and USA, corporate social responsibility was the concept of the provided theoretical support for the transformation in business management from striving for quantitative expansion to striving for qualitative expansion. CSR aspires to grasp liability for joint conducts and to embolden a positive impact on the habitat and stakeholders or collaborators including consumers, staff-members, venture capitalist, groups and etc. Corporate social responsibility is seen as an ethical principle where organisations go beyond their financial and economic obligations to include social and environmental impact of their businesses. (Shaw, Barry, Issa, Catley & Muntean, 2016, p. 156). After seeing the documentary ‘Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts) and also as per my understanding CSR should be applied to all the corporations as they have the same status and they function in the same way in the society as human beings. It is not only applied to the owners or stockholders but it is also applied to employees, suppliers, clientele, local community, environmental groups.