Update your wardrobe with the labels of renowned designers at Poonam Dhillon’s stall Maddad- A helping hand at Celebrating Vivaha exhibition taking place at Palladium Hotel, Lower Parel from today (July17), tomorrow (July 18) and day after tomorrow (July 19).
The actress who supports widows of grief – stricken farmers families of Maharashtra through her NGO, Maddad- A helping hand puts in display some of the elegant, avant-garde and alluring designs of renowned designers at Celebrating Vivaha Exhibition. The belief of the stall Maddad- A helping hand by Poonam Dhillon is to pave the way to help the poverty stricken families of the farmers in Maharashtra who have committed suicide
Actress Poonam Dhillon says “You have two hands, one to help yourself and other to help others. My stall Maddad has clothes of many designer labels. The proceeds of the sales will be used in aid of these farmers”.
How all of us wish for that day to have all our favorite designers under the same roof, don’t we? Well, if yes then here’s your one stop destination at actress Poonam Dhillon’s stall Maddad- A helping hand at Celebrating Vivaha with the label of designers like: Tarun Tahiliani, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla, Anju Modi, Rohit Bal, Wendell Rodricks, Adarsh Gill, Neeta Lulla, Melange, Babita Malkani, Ritu Beri, Varun Bahl, Suneet Verma, Maheka Mirpuri, Pria Kataria Puri, Nisha Sagar, Anaaya, Aza, Archana Kochaar, Anita Dongre, Reva, Mohini, Sonakshi Raj, Sangeeta Khanna, Mansi, Meera Mahadevia, Payal Singhal ,Kalpana Mulchandani & many more.
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