Campaign India Team
Oct 16, 2019

Young PR industry talent to liven up proceedings at PR Awards India 2019

Playback singers, Bharatanatyam dancers, poets, mimics, the PR profession has them all

Young PR industry talent to liven up proceedings at PR Awards India 2019

It's going to be a mega show of talent beyond the workplace, at the inaugural edition of PR Awards India 2019. 

To give the incredibly talented people in the business of PR, an opportunity to showcase their talent in front of their industry peers, Campaign India has invited five PR professionals from agencies like Adfactors PR and Storytellers 101, who will showcase their talents during our awards show with a short performance.

These five PR professionals include, Rachna Prakash, Dhanesh Kandhari, Leon Saalis de Souza, Deepti Kenjale and Priyank Passey.

While Rachna is a Bharatanatyam dancer, Dhanesh has created a rap for the event.

Leon, the co-founder of Storytellers 101, is a playback singer who has the hit number "Hosanna" to his credit, Deepti is a poet while Priyank is set to deliver a mono-act on the concept of a split personality.

The awards will be held in Mumbai tomorrow (October 17) from 7:30 PM onwards at Tote on the Turf. Entry is by invitation only. 

Source:
Campaign India

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