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Rashmi Uppal, the winner of Mrs India Queen of Substance, organises talent-show Mom n Me to raise funds for underprivileged

The talent show now will be followed by a grand fashion show where the kids will walk the ramp for high end brands.
Written by: Reshu Manglik New Delhi August 21, 2017 15:24 IST
Reshu Manglik

Mrs India Queen of Substance winner Rashmi Uppal and Mr. Saravjeet Uppal organised a talent show Mom n Me in media partnership with Zoom Delhi, Dainik Jagran and Prime News Channel on August 5, 2017. The show was not just a talent hunt, it was a means to raise fund for the underprivileged and physically disabled children. Many young children participated in the show to send a message to society. 

There were a number of performances by school children, which were intended to raise awareness about various social issues like female foeticide, deforestation and many more. At the show children aged between 3 and 16 years displayed their talent earning applause from the audience. 

The show was hosted by Sukham Kanwar, a socialite and teacher and was choreographed by Bharat Saini.  The designers for the show were Aditi Sharma(Aaina )and Sween Arora(kapda) .The talent show now will be followed by a grand fashion show where the kids will walk the ramp for high end brands. This event will give great exposure to children and also boost their confidence level in different walks of life.

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Altogether 45 children participated in the show held from 2 pm to 6 pm and were also joined in by their parents. Mr Saurabh Shrivastava, Assistant Editor of Dainik Jagran was the chief guest of the show along with Country Head India of U-grow Sunheri Company Gopal Singh who started the show by ceremonial lighting of the lamp. 

Rashmi Uppal, the organiser of the show, says, “I’ve been taking personality development classes for 7-8 years in Delhi. My primary agenda of joining the Mrs India Queen of Substance pageant was to get an opportunity to do my bit for the underprivileged children. After winning the pageant, I moved on to organise a show and raise funds for the underprivileged children. The outfits and high-end products were sponsored by brands in Mumbai. I realised that this show should take these destitute somewhere. I wanted to do my bit for the society, so Mom n Me was one way for me.” 

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The jury for the event included Mrs India India Classic Queen Winners -2017 Captain Shalini Singh, Doctor Aditi Bhatnagar and Krishan Tewari in the Talent Hunt .Special guests were Sapna Tewari entrepreneur women of the year 2016 and Shivangi Sharma director thinking eye school of photography. 

Rashmi Uppal said that the main purpose of the show was to provide financial help to children of the Blind School located at Lajpat Nagar. Money was raised through the Talent Hunt Show and this was donated to the Blind School. Meanwhile, Gopal Singh of U-grow Company presented gifts to encourage all the children who participated in the show.  

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