Strands Orange Moon will rise to relief Kerala on this Karwachauth– Introduces Strands Orange Moon pass in the support of Kerala flood victims: Margsakha, regions leading consultancy house and it’s team Raman Lamba, Raman Johar, Neha Amit Singla, Barkha duggal Verma, A Million Dollar affair with India’s biggest saloon chain Strands along committed aid to support Kerala flood victims, are hosting a two day pre Karwa Chauth Fundraiser cum bash titled as ‘Strands Orange Moon’. To make the fundraiser a success, the first event will have Live performances and a cocktail dinner on 26th October, 2018 at J W Marriott, Chandigarh at 7pm, and the second day event shall have Karwa fun masti and Punjabi movie starcast to engage with on 28th October, 2018 at Taj Hotel Chandigarh at 11 am.
For the fundraiser, a dedicated ‘Strands Orange Moon’ invitation pass was launched today at Hotel Hyatt, Chandigarh by leading Bollywood Singer of Dil Chori Sada Ho Gaya fame, Simar Kaur; Alfas, Punjabi movie Actor & Singer; Jas K Shan, Director of Dance Dacha Pvt. Ltd and Naunihal Singh, CEO of Strands Salons.
The fundraiser features live performances by famous singer Simar Kaur, and popular Punjabi singer, Alfas and Jas K. Shan and a cocktail dinner on day one and on day two the event there will be a meet and greet of Punjabi Movie Star Cast, and participants can enjoy Karwa festival activities and stand up comedy. There will be live Katha for Karwa Chauth by Pandit Ji to conclude the event.
“I am excited to be here and it is my pleasure to perform with the lovely people of Chandigarh on such a special day. I thank Strands Orange Moon team to invite me to be a part of such a noble cause.”, says Simar Kaur. Sharing their feelings, Alfas Punjabi Actor & Jas K Shan, said, “We are happy to be a part of this event as it is happening for the noble cause wherein people from Chandigarh are contributing for the welfare of flood affected people of Kerala.”
“Chandigarh public was waiting for this season 2 event with great enthusiasm, as last year Season 1 was a grand success. So we are ecstatic to announce the initiative‘Strands Orange Moon’ to support the people of Kerala by raising Funds through this event,” states Naunihal Singh, CEO of Strands.
With help from Strands, Margsakha is hoping to raise funds for the aggrieved victims through the tickets. Collected fund raised from the evening, is going directly towards the charity for the noble cause of welfare of flood affected people of Kerala.
Strands, the brainchild of the entrepreneurial vision of Naunihal Singh, started a decade back when a hardcore marketing professional armed with 15+ year’s hands on experience of working with renowned beauty and cosmetic brands in the industry. Strands has grown as a brand and now is on the verge to take the big leap forward. With 52 salons in 14 states, as extensions called Strands Lounge, Strands Studio and Strands Lite, the brand under the stewardship of Naunihal Singh has sight set on 500 salons by 2022.