North East Unsung Heroes Red Carpet Social Award held
Find Studioz & Indian Chambers of Commerce for Affirmative Action (ICCAA)’s initiative ‘North East Unsung Heroes Red Carpet Social Award, 2021’ was held successfully on 12th May 2022 at the prestigious Bombay Stock Exchange International Convention Centre to felicitate the various Awadees from the North East region of India, who have been tirelessly working in various fields to better the world around us without much of expectation and recognition.
Founded by Ms Rebecca Changkija Sema and Co-founded by Mrs Jutika Mahanta Deka, the event was blessed by the Honorable Governor of Maharashtra His Highness Bhagat Singh Koshyari and attended by Hon’ble Arun Haldar, Vice Chairman – National Commission for Scheduled Cast, MD & CEO of BSE Mr Ashish Chauhan, Bollywood Actress Mahima Chaudhry. The event was also graced by actor Jaswinder Gardner, Musician Dilip Sen, Filmmaker Akash Deep Lama and the event was efficiently anchored by Former Miss India Simran Ahuja with her grace and charm.
Celebrity Guest Mahima Chaudhry during her speech mentioned her stays in Assam and Shillong in her childhood days and praised the region for its natural beauty and charm. She also encouraged the awardees to work more harder with a new found zeal for a better society.
The Indian Postal Services launched Two separate Postal stamps with the photo of Founders Rebecca Changkija Sema and Jutika Mahanta Deka. Overjoyed, they say – ‘This event has become successful sorely due to the support of people all across whether from North East, Mumbai or any part of India. We have managed to felicitate and award 52 achievers. Bringing all the awardees from their home town, arranging their stay with their family members have the biggest challenge in the entire organisation. Raising the funds were the other challenge. With the similar support from people across, we pledge to take this event farther and organise it out of India in near future.’
The Event was followed by an interaction and Dinner at the Governor’s House in Malabar Hills where the Honorable Governor interacted with the awardees and Guests from the North East. He recalls his visits to the different parts of North East and how his lucid interaction with the locales in Hindi have been so remarkable and rejoicing even today. The Governor mentions the people Northeast India to be very brave yet simple. He addresses the significance of having Hindi as one communicable language among various states of North East to make the reach wide and easy. In a humble gesture, the Honorable Governor presented gifts to all the Awardees.