The 86th birthday of the renowned industrialist Ratan Tata was celebrated with enthusiasm at Yashwantrao Theatre in Matunga, Mumbai. The event was organized by K. Ravi Dada, the Executive Director of India Media Link and Events Management. The celebration included various activities such as a blood donation camp and the distribution of awards.
Several dignitaries attended the event, including Swami Bijwandas Guruji, former police officer Dhanraj Vanjari, actor Ali Khan, poet Sagar Tripathi, advocate Subhash Surve, Vaishali Borde, Sushil Jadhav, social worker Arif Bhai, senior Bollywood photographer Ramakant Munde, and Balasaheb Gaikwad.
During the celebration, speeches were delivered by Sagar Tripathi, Dhanraj Vanjari, Subhash Surve, and storyteller Umesh Kamat, praising Ratan Tata and K. Ravi Dada. A song dedicated to Ratan Tata was presented for the first time in history, and birthday wishes were conveyed through Mushaira, poetry, and comedy performances.
K. Ravi Dada, in his role as the organizer, called for the creation of a selfie point for Ratan Tata by the state government and the Mumbai Municipal Corporation. He also delivered a social message, urging people to switch off their lights for 10 minutes on Ratan Tata’s birthday to save electricity.
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The event aimed to celebrate Ratan Tata’s birthday in a unique and socially impactful way. K. Ravi Dada appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to consider commemorating Ratan Tata’s birthday in a distinct manner in the upcoming years.
Various individuals, including Dr. Vijay Sanap, Rahul Ravi, Ram Tambe, journalist Rajendra Salaskar, Vilas Ghadashi, journalist Tanaji Kamble, Sharad Ranpise, Prabhakar Wadiyar, Prof. Hemant Samant, Nitin Jadhav, Deepak Padiye, Dr. Ratan Pawar, Ramzan Siddiqui, Vikrant Kashap, Rahul Khaire, Rajya Sontakke, and others contributed to the success of the event.