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Foundation TV Hosts Red Carpet Awards

Ranjani Saigal
04/13/2017

Foundations TV and Gauri Chandna announced its 2016 Red Carpet Award Winners on Sunday April 9th at the gala held at the Lexington Heritage Museum, Lexington, MA.

TECHNICAL AWARDS
Best Photography - Deepa Jacob
Best Sound Engineering - Jawed Wahid
Best Costumes - Boston Kalakshetra

TALENT AWARDS
Best Instrumentalist - Phil Scarff
Best Singer Child - Sachi Badola
Best Singer Female - Jayasri Majumdar
Best Singer Male - Ajay Koul
Best Dancer Female - Sreeja Jayasankar
Best Dancer Male - Nataraj Allagappan
Best Choreographer - Shaila Verma
Best Actor Female - Madu Iyer
Best Actor Male - Ajay Jain
Best Director - Subrata Das
Event Of The Year Awrd - Drishya 2016

COMMUNITY AWARDS
Divine Heart Center Community Award For Philanthropic Work - Roopa Modha
Inspirational Youth Award - Divya Navani
Sumathi Narayanan Community Award for Thought Leadership - Kanniks Kannikeswaran
Mentorship Award - Cherag and Anurag Selhi

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL WINNERS AND PERFORMERS



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