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Joy Sarkar and Lopamudra Mitra Perform Together after 5 Years to Support a Noble Cause


Music has no boundaries and no language. It is simply a mean to connect one soul with the other. SPEAC For Nepal in Tune with Joy Sarkar and Lopamudra Mitra experienced a different kind of musical evening where music was celebrated for a cause. It was organized by the Public Relations Society Of India, Kolkata Chapter at Satyajit Ray Auditorium ( ICCR).


Joy and Lopamudra teamed up after five long years for a noble cause. Eknath Panth a guide who managed the trip for Lopamudra Mitra and her musician friends in Nepal, experienced a great loss due to the massive earthquake. Lopamudra said, “It was a plan to support Eknath. He became a friend during our trip in Nepal. I felt very upset to know about his loss. It’s a very small contribution meant for him. I requested PRSI to initiate this concert that we could support him mainly.”

Soumyajit Mahapatra, Chairman, PRSI, said, “ We have already contributed One Lakh rupees to Eknath Panth’s family which was collected out of sale of passes, donations received from our members. Lopamudra also contributed a portion of amount collected from the sale of her two audio CDs Vandemataram and Khoma Karo Prabhu (Rabindrasangeet).”


Lopamudra Mitra sang a few songs composed by Joy namely Jao Pakhi, De Re Na Na, Chhelebelar Brishti besides a few Rabindrasangeet like Tomay Gaan Shonabo and so on. Interestingly, Joy accompanied her after five long years for this special musical evening.

This event was Tranquil Trip’s association as a cause partner. They are providing a special tour package in Nepal out of which tourists would get a good amount of discount and 1 % of their total transaction till 30 April 2016 will be donated to Nepal development.

Priyanka Dutta

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Actress Koel Mallick visits the Kolkata P&G Shiksha School and Encourages Students to Pursue Studies against All Odds


Having built and supported over 330 schools till date impacting the lives  of over 6,00,000 children, P&G’s flagship Corporate Social Responsibility program P&G Shiksha continues to march forward with the motto ‘Padhega India, Badhega India’. In its 11th year, P&G Shiksha continues to make the necessary infrastructure interventions by building and supporting schools across the country. This gives the children the access to education. Extending her support towards this noble initiative, Tollywood actress Koel Mallick, visited the P&G Shiksha School in Kolkata.


Promoting advance learning amongst the underprivileged children in this school is what P&G Shiksha aims to do as a part of their interventions. They have built a computer lab for the students in the P&G Shiksha school here in Kolkata.

Koel Mallick said, “I have been supporting P&G Shiksha over the years by choosing P&G products and today I am very happy to visit the P&G Shiksha school and witness the difference it has made in the lives of the children here in Kolkata.I strongly believe that education is extremely important for every child’s growth. Interacting with these children has made me realize that there is so much urge and hunger in them to learn and I am sure that some great professionals will walk out of these very classrooms in the future and will make the city proud.”

P&G Shiksha has over the years received generous support from many eminent personalities such as Anupam Kher, Dr. Kiran Bedi, Anil Kumble, Rani Mukherjee, John Abraham, Abhay Deol, Farah Khan, Arbaaz Khan, Sameera Reddy, Huma Qureshi, Sushmita Sen, Kareena Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Sharmila Tagore, Konkona Sen Sharma, Neha Dhupia, Soha Ali Khan, Lara Dutta, PreityZinta, Jacqueline Fernandez, Jatin Das, Shaan, Chitrangada Singh, Arjun Kapoor, Aditi Rao Hydari, Irrfan Khan and many more.


P&G Shiksha also allows consumers to share in their support. This can be easily done by buying any P&G Product such as Tide, Ariel, Whisper, Pampers, Olay, Head &Shoulders, Pantene, Vicks, Gillette, Oral-B &AmbiPur and part of the proceeds will go towards building and supporting schools.


Koel Mallick, who apart from being an extremely well known actress, is also a trained Odissi dancer taught the little girls from the school the ‘Chouka’, a stance from Odissi dance. It was indeed wonderful to see the little girls attempting the dance form with graceful moves and beautiful expressions. She also engaged in conversations with the children who asked the versatile actress questions about her school days.


Priyanka Dutta

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