Photos: Shabana Azmi, Manisha Koirala walk the ramp for Cancer fundraising Event
11th Annual ‘Caring with Style’ Fashion Show in association with The Cancer Patients Aid Association (CPAA), held in Mumbai where Ace fashion designers Manish Malhotra and Shaina NC lent their support to the event.
11th Annual ‘Caring with Style’ Fashion Show in association with The Cancer Patients Aid Association (CPAA), held in Mumbai where Ace fashion designers Manish Malhotra and Shaina NC lent their support to the event. The exquisite creations were showcased by icons from the film fraternity, achievers and prominent figures from different walks of life on the ramp. Renowned celebrities Shabana Azmi, Manisha Koirala, Dr. Sunita Dube and many others walked the ramp for the fashion show and supported the noble cause. Huma Qureshi, Athiya Shetty, Dino Morea, Boman Irani, Atul Kasbekar, Marc Robinson, Sonali Kulkarni, Armaan Malik and many more .Veteran singer Bappi Lehri, Adnan Sami and singer Kanika Kapoor, Sophia and many more.
This year the theme of the show has moved one step further. The theme #JudengeLadengeJeetenge symbolises unification, the spirit to fight and grit to win. Funds raised from the show will be donated to CPAA towards the treatment of children suffering from blood cancer.
Dr. Sunita Dube renowned Radiologist said, "It’s an honour to be a part of a cause as noble as this, which not only celebrates fashion but also raises funds for those suffering with cancer. I do wish that this small effort of ours goes a long way in creating awareness on the cause”.
The ‘Caring with Style’ fashion show is part of Pidilite’s commitment to support children suffering from blood cancer. Over the last ten years it has been held, the event has seen strong support from prominent figures including Bollywood stars Aamir Khan and Sonakshi Sinha, who walked the ramp last year. Dr. Dube said, "She is very hopeful the CSR contribution of many corporate will help for creating a better life in the country and appreciates Fevicol participation for such kind of initiatives which will definitely have a larger impact on the affected patients."