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Packed house enjoys Bollywood musical

Packed house enjoys Bollywood musical
April 10
15:28 2019

India Post News Service
SANTA CLARA, California: DanceDilSe mime dance-drama Bollywood musical, written and directed by Jyotsna Sharma (Jo) and organized by DanceDilSe team with support of FOG and other sponsors March 31 at Santa Clara Convention Center, was a successful event with a packed full house of kids, youth leaders and women.

The mimes and dance-drama received lot of applause with the cell phone concept of mime from DDS Santa Clara Branch, Save Animals with No to Plastic/Go-Green mime from San Ramon Branch, and No Bullying mime from Mountain House Branch. Twelve youth leaders of DanceDilSe gave spoke about their growth and learning being in DDS. One teenager’s sentence caught the attention of audience: “I was nobody before joining DanceDilSe and now I am somebody”.

The youth leaders were honored with plaques. “NO Means NO” drama by DDS core team connected well with women as it was about women’s empowerment. Almost 50 women entrepreneurs gave speeches about their achievements and were honored with plaques during a women empowerment walk.

As many as 70 dance groups that participated in the event were given certificates. A number of fashion shows were showcased, including a moms and kids round, new year celebrations of all Indian states round, Western outfits round and traditional outfits round.

All proceeds from the event went to Orphans Kids Education. Around 2,000 people attended the event that was held from 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

Supporters from FOG and FIA included Dr.Hanimi Reddy Lakki Reddy, Dr.Romesh Japra (FOG), Iftekhar Shareef, Ash Kalra, Rishi Kumar, Sunny Sharma, Kay Kaur Walia, Ajay Jain Bhutoria, Sunny Ghai, Mahesh Nihalani, Papiha Nandy, Teresa Keng, Teresa Cox, and Rambabu Kalluri.

The sponsors included Hanimi Reddy Laki Reddy, National Bankcard, Iftekhar Shareef, Sunny Sharma,Varsha Upadhay Realtors, Ray and Kay Walia, Mahesh Nihalani Priya Senior Living Center, My Tax Filer Pleasanton, Silpa, Sunny Ghai, DesignYour Careers Smartling Learning Center, inAtalent McWin Group USA LLC, India Post, media channels, Venky, Aarti Makhijani Intero Realtor, M Lounge, Ashwini Kumar, Bharat Kumar Realtor, Coldwell Banker, Bharat Bazaar, Sonia Sidhu and non-profit organizations.

The DanceDilSe core team comprised Kalpana Aroda, Surekha Chikoti, Padmaja Nandula, Vanitha Daniel, Santosh Karra, Namita Sripathi, Ranjani Santosh, Bharat Kumar, Tapan Biswas, Sarika Johari Manasa Sidda, Sudha Nallandigal, and Toral Patel

The youth leaders honored were Akul Vinnakota, Rohan Malyala, Immanuel Victor, Sheryl Victor, Vyshnavi Nallandigal, Megha Basaralu, Vrijesh Prakhya, Virajita Prakhya, Sai Katta, Hema Katta, Shravya Malyala, Gautham Chandra and Arav Mohan.

Thoese recognized for women empowerment were Papiha Nandy, Kay Kaur Walia, Varsha Upadhye, Teresa Keng, Teresa Cox, Sharma Nisha, Parmeet K. Randhawa, Lakshmi Sharma, Veena Birla, Ranjani Santosh, Sharan Gill, Alka Bhatnagar, Sonya Suri, Bhavini Joshi, Pamila Sahu, Ritu Verma, Monica Mehta, Vinaya Gopisetti, Smita Karhade, Kalpana Aroda, Vanitha Daniel, Kavita Sreedhar, Babita Balamurugan, Puja Kasliwal, Mohana Narayan, Bidisha Mohanty, Shalini, Lakshmi Moorty, Padmaja Nandula, Namita Sripati, Shiva Khanna, Surekha Chikoti, Sudha Nallandigal, Dipti Mallik , Dipanwita Sengupta, Deepti Dobhal, Reena Rao, Sonia Sidhu, and Vidya Sethuraman.

The cedit for decoation in the event goes to Namita Sripathi, Raghu Vinnakota and Bharat Kumar.

Volunteers included Harshini Nch, Rohan, Anirudhan, Pranavi, Ananya, Yasesvi, DJ Davindra Singh, Shailendra Photos, Sheetal Devidasani, Venkatesh Bukka, and Syed Ali Photography.

The media partners for the event were Vidya of India Post, Venkatesh Bukka for media, photos and videos, Reena from TV Asia, Varinderjit Ubhi from Sargam TV and Bharat Today, Venkat from TV9, Dallas.

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