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EEMA (Event and Entertainment Management Association) the apex body for event managers along with the entertainment fraternity decided to show solidarity conducted simultaneous events in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and our very own Chennai, to raise funds for the Kashmir Flood situation.
At the show held at Sir Mutha Venkatasubarao Concert hall Concert Hall, said Siddharth Ganeriwala, Convenor, Hum Hai, Chennai
The idea of creating multiple simultaneous live events showcases the strength, diversity and unity of our country; it also demonstrates the growing strength of the live and event management industry across the country. Bringing the country together, is at the core of the initiative that we are building.
HUM HAIN: Umeed-e-Kashmir is working alongside several NGOs, Government bodies, celebrities and civilians to give the cause a unified voice.
As human beings and as Indians we need to do all that we can to help our countrymen in need. The plight of the people of Jammu & Kashmir is a matter of concern and the floods have only made it worse. All that we do simply won’t be enough to meet the various challenges facing the people; but every drop counts.
As a run-up to this event, Assam and Vizag too were devastated by the floods and they have been included for relief and rehabilitation.
Srininivas, Andrea Jeremiah, Suchitra, Haricharan, Rahul, Sunitha Sarathy, Ranjith, Sakthisree, Nikita, Trichur Brothers, MC’s Vijay Adiraj, Divya, and the super talented Lakshmi Rai, supported by choreography of John Britto& Ramaash, came together on one platform to sing, dance,entertain to raise funds.
The evening also saw the presence of Actor Mahendran, Ashok, Power Star Srinivasan, Shabeer, Amitaash, Adith, Actor cum Director Srinath, Music Director Siddharth Vipin, Singer Padmalatha, Singer Murugaveni, Director Lakshmi Ramakrishnan, Reshmi Menon,