NGO Cubs Club organizes ‘Ek Shaam India Ke Naam’


NewZNew (Chandigarh) : A very pertinent event to generate Nationalism, Patriotism & Love for the Nation –‘Ek Shaam India Ke Naam’ was organized by Cubs Club.  Teams from 5 prominent tricity schools presented plays that celebrated the ‘spirit of India’. The event was organized by Cubs Club, an NGO, which is a group whose members are working mothers. Cubs Club conducts meaningful activities to bring about a positive change in mindset of children about Society & Nation. The Club tries to sensitise the member mothers’ children as well as kids’ at large about values, respect for elders, country et al. The event was supported by Sushma Buildtech.

The inaugural ceremony was unique as a medley was presented on Hindi film “Boot Polishs” song ‘Nanhe Munne Bachhe Teri Muthi Mein Kya Hai’ & the kids who performed the act also lit the ceremonial lamp to open the event. This was followed by a presentation by Cubs Club’s Convenor Meenu Prashar.  Students from Institute for the Blind, Sec 26, Chandigarh too gave a performance.

“The event saw participation from Four schools of tricity – Carmel Convent, Chandigarh, DAV, Sec 15, Chandigarh, St Xaviers, Chandigarh & St Soldiers, Panchkula. The theme was ‘I love India’. The school students showed their acting prowess in different plays enacted by them. The idea was to celebrate India irrespective of the date, not just 15th August or 26th January. We wanted to give the message to all of taking pride in being an Indian, taking responsibility of being an Indian and simply falling in love with our great Nation.”

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The Guests of Honour were Bharat Mittal, Director, Sushma Buildtech & Rani Balbir Kaur, a well-known theatre Personality.

Said Bharat Mittal, Director, Sushma Buildtech, “We at Sushma always take our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) seriously and that’s why we extended support to this event. We generally see Indians talking negatively about the country like how the country has bad roads, is over populated, has a corrupt government etc. but there is so much good that India has this event showcased these aspects.”

Young actors from the four schools mesmerized the audience. St Xaviers enacted a Mime depicting National Integration in India, St Soldiers , Panchkula presented ‘Tasveer Ka Doosra Rukh’ , DAV 15, Chandigarh’s play was titled Ek Shaam Guzre Huon Ke Naam & Carmel Convent showcased ‘Ek kadam Ehsaas Ki Ore’.

The Judges panel comprised of Ms Gupta Assistant Director at Wings Theatre Academy, Surinder Sharma, A Senior Actor Punjabi Film Actor & Ms. Malvika who has been working actively for Kids’ Theatre.


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