For the love of children

It was an afternoon of fun, competitions, music and dance at the Kotla Bhaskara Reddy Indoor Stadium on Children’s Day 

Published: 14th November 2017 10:32 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th November 2017 07:34 AM   |  A+A-

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Express News Service

HYDERABAD: The Kotla Vijaya Bhaskara Reddy Indoor Stadium was thundering with children’s laughter and applause through the afternoon as the interactive programme, Taare Zameen Par kept them occupied throughout. With over 2,500 children participating on the whole, including 500 special needs children, the event had something for everyone.Besides the painting competition that was held for children of all ages, there was a plethora of entertaining programmes lined up for the kids.

Harsha Maheshwari, a dancer, indulged the kids present there with a little zumba, for which they gladly obliged. They swayed and grooved as she got them to do steps that they can enjoy. Former Indian Idol, Sree Rama Chandra, too, performed for the children with high octane songs, like Kaala Chashma and Katamarayuda. 

After a prize distribution that had the children clapping non-stop, the band Capricio brought their best foot forward with a series of Telugu and Hindi numbers for the kids. 
Speaking to Hyderabad Express regarding the event, President of Round Table India, the organising body, Christopher Arvinth said, “The event is being held in various cities across India, including big and small cities throughout the week.” 

He shared “We have gone to cities as big as Delhi and towns as small as Siliguri with the same programme and all of them were massive hits.” He further added, speaking on behalf of the organising company, “The motto of Round Table is to empower and facilitate underprivileged kids through such events.”

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