MoS Culture, Priya Sethi along with officials of 92.7 Big FM and Wave Mall during the programme.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Festive season is in full swing and this weekend is dedicated to Karwa Chauth. Though the festival is marked for one day yet the preparation starts weeks before.
92.7 Big FM in collaboration with Wave Mall Jammu organised a ‘Big Karwa Chauth Carnival’ at Wave Mall where a free Mehandi camp was held along with live music and fun games. The event was powered by Indian Terrain.
MJ Juhie from Big FM played exciting games and contests with the women and gave away prizes worth thousands.
One of the excited winners, Radhika expressed her heartfelt thanks in such words, “BIG FM and Wave Mall have made our festivities more exciting. I personally keep looking forward to celebrating my festivals with the BIG FM team. It is not just the prizes that we win but the warmth and enthusiasm that we feel after meeting them. I wish I celebrate all my special occasions with them in future also”. Another lucky winner, Sujata also shared the same feelings, “My festival would have been incomplete if I had not got to celebrate it in Wave Mall with Big FM. It is not just about Mehandi but it is the fun and frolic that is added to the simple Mehandi tradition with the music, games and other performances. I want to thank them from the core of my heart”.
On the occasion, MoS Culture, Priya Sethi was the Chief Guest. She interacted with the women and gave them wishes on the auspicious festival. She also congratulated Wave Mall and 92.7 BIG FM for always being in the forefront to give the traditional festivals such an entertaining color. She also felicitated the artists who made the afternoon so entertaining with their enthralling performances- The Performers, The Strings- School of Music. She also felicitated the General Manager Wave Mall, Ranjeet Randhawa.
Programming Head of 92.7 BIG FM, Vikrant Sharma was also present.
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