The famous Indian playback singer Neha Kakkar is all set to perform onstage and this one is going to be for a cause.
The event will be a concerted effort of a few NGOs. These NGOs will include Leo District 323 A 2, Om Foundation, RAWW and ABP youth foundation. The primary objective of this event is to help Aaradhya Mule.
Aaradhya Mule is a 3.7-year-old baby girl who's trying to find a heart so that her life can be saved. The event also aims to spread awareness regarding organ donation in the society. The event will commence with a soft DJ music that will keep the crowd entertained. The opening act of the event will have Dharmesh and his team perform a dance act. There will also be a performance where the differently abled people will perform an act. The event will also have specialist doctors who will be talking about organ donations. All of this will be followed by Neha Kakkar's performance which will have a duration of somewhere around two hours.
Kakkar rose to prominence in 2006 when she competed on the second season of the reality TV program, Indian Idol.
In recent times, Neha Kakkar has been in the spotlight for her hit song 'Kala Chasma'. The singer will be promoting an event that will help raise awareness about organ donations. A cause about which the local population is not aware. And, this leads to a lot of people who require organ transplants not receiving it on time, or at times not receiving it at all.
Hopefully, this Neha Kakkar concert will help propagate the importance of organ donation and what steps need to be followed in order to enroll into the program.
The music event by Neha Kakkar will be an event that will have its sole focus on promoting awareness about organ donation and its importance. It is not usual to come across events that spread the word about what is important through the medium of entertainment. And, this is one of those events in Mumbai that will not only spread the word but will also have many of the experts related to the event speaking about it.
Written By: Ankkit Singh | Post Date: 23 February 2017