Students of Grant Medical College, Mumbai and NGO Humanitarian Welfare & Research Foundation joined hands for presenting its vibrant Youth Cultural Festival – ‘Astitva 2017’. Famous Bollywood singer and composer – Ankit Tiwari performed live for all the music lovers who attended the concert today at Gymkhana Ground, GMC College Marine Drive. Singing his most loved songs from the Bollywood genre; the audience was truly entertained and encored for the star performer.
Ankit Tiwari weaved magic on stage with his crew enthralling students and the entire audience alike. NGO HWARF and the students of Grant Medical College together organized the entire concert wherein the proceedings would be used to help the under privileged people suffering from life threatening diseases. HWARF firmly believes in striving to uphold the rights and dignity of Women and Children Development across the country.
Mr. Rakesh Kumar, Trustee, HWARF NGO said, “Our NGO HWARF always takes efforts to provide the best possible care and resources to the underprivileged and needy. With this musical concert we are positive of helping more people with the proceedings. We shall organize more events in the future for people to come forward and contribute towards such moral and noble causes.”
Expressing his happiness on being associated with the noble endeavor, Ankit Tiwari said, “I am truly happy to perform for such a lovely and enthusiastic audience. I have always been excited to connect with the youth of our nation as they are our future and would like to thank NGO HWARF for their noble initiatives and making such an event possible. It makes me feel good that I have also contributed towards the betterment of our society.”
Honorable Padmashree Dr. T P Lahane, Dean – JJ Hospitals graced the occasion by his presence at the musical concert.
ASTITVA 2K17 throws spotlight on spirit, power, enthusiasm, ideology and the blueprint of future. This time it provides a platform where youth from all aspects of medical fraternity will express themselves on various issues. The central theme for this year is in view to support medically ill patients suffering from dreaded diseases, through joint collaboration with Humanitarian Welfare And Research Foundation NGO (HWARF), Mumbai.