The guests, donors and organisers
At a special concert held by Hina Mehta’s ‘Rang Tarang’ at Royal Opera House, Mumbai on January 26, 2017, members of the diamond industry presented donations to Army Central Welfare Fund (Corpuses) for the welfare of army martyrs’s families.
The musical performance of patriotic songs, entitled ‘Ae Watan Tere Liye’ was held in the presence of Chief Guest Mrs Amruta Fadnavis, wife of the Chief Minister of Maharashtra.
Chief Guest Mrs Amruta Fadnavis
Among the other VIPs present on the occasion were Shri Mangal Prabhat Lodha (MLA from Malabar Hill) , Retd. Col Bhandari, Major Commander Anuj Mathur (Area Goa & Maharashtra, Gujarat), Col Nayyar from New Delhi (In charge of the said fund), Col Sameer Kaushik from Mumbai, poetess and writer Mrs Manjula Lodha and other military personnel, including serving and retired officers and their families.
The Chief Guest, Mrs. Fadnavis said a few words congratulating the singers, Hina Mehta & her partner Nikita Mehta with their entire team, and the donors and also sang a few lines from a patriotic song. She also thanked the donors for their large-heartedness and for always coming forward to support good causes time and again.
Hina Mehta & Nikita Mehta hand over the donation cheque to Gen Commander Anuj Mathur
Various patriotic songs were presented one after another, and the actual song clippings were displayed on the LED screen in the backdrop. This created a tremendous impact, with emotions woven with words from the song and the flow of movie clipping of the songs in perfect sync. The audience was overwhelmed and each song received strong applause.
Rang Tarang is a cultural organisation spearheaded by Hina Mehta, Nikita Mehta. They worked hard and campaigned to gather a substantial amount for the Army while putting together the entire show on their own.
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