IAGT India Regional Editions, followed by an International Women’s Day Special
News Desk, News Nation 360: IAGT India Regional Editions, followed by an International Women’s Day Special successfully drives a unified voice for Women Empowerment. The inspiring three-day festival witnessed close to 60 fabulous women, interacting, engaging, and empowering young women across the country. Started off with a thought-provoking session in Bangla and Marathi. Bangla sessions were moderated by Priyam Saha, starting with ‘Live Deeply: Nourishing Your Whole Self’ led by Nitasha Biswas and Simran Chopra. It was followed by an in-depth discussion on the changing roles of women in media in a panel discussion on ‘Women In Media: Behind The Screens, led by Alokananda Dasgupta and Shutapa Paul. Furthermore, the event also hosted artists such as Kareema Barry and Srishti Guptaroy talk on ‘The Society We See: Artists Speak’ which was followed by an interesting session, You in your world: 50 Questions with actress Riya Sen. The Bangla edition ended with Ritabhari Chakraborty inspiring young girls on a very relevant topic ‘If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It’ in association with Sunsilk. The Marathi Edition started with a much-needed discussion on how to manage one’s finances with Rachana Ranade at the panel ‘Finance Simplified: Take Charge’ in conversation with RJ Mayuri. The panel was followed by the Work and Friendship panel with Deeksha Sonalkar and Reena Aggarwal. A fireside chat with Sai Tamhankar. This session was followed by ‘If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It’ with Hruta Durgule. Adding to this fun and frolic, audiences witnessed another entertaining session, ‘You In Your World: 50 Questions Live’ with Sonalee Kulkarni. Day two of the event saw both the Punjabi and Kannada editions kick-off. Culminating on International Women’s Day, the final event started with an inspirational session on ‘Self Love: A Long & Winding Road’ by Kusha Kapila and Priyam Saha. ‘Take Charge: Tips from The Top by Tejaswani Gautam in conversation with Garima Surana followed by Relationships Matter by Ahsaas Channa, Garima Surana, Shilo Shiv Suleman and Vithika Yadav. Aishwarya Mohanraj, Sakshi Shivdasani, Supriya Joshi were seen in conversation with Priyam Saha in the session ‘Having A Laugh: Girls That Make You Giggle’. Add to this, Supriya Joshi came forward for a comedy monologue and tickled the funny bones of the audience through her act co-powered by Stayfree. Swaroop Banerjee, COO and Business Head, Zee Live stated they decided to go regional and announced IAGT in Bangla, Marathi, Punjabi, Kannada, followed by an International Women’s Day special, with language not being a barrier and to drive unified voices for Women Empowerment. With close to 60 amazing influencers and creators across the globe coming under one roof, they hope that they brought positive and constructive conversation that may lead to change the lives of these brave women. Jasper Donut, Co-Founder and CEO of Branded stated as Branded along with ZEE Live successfully concludes the Regional edition, it feels nothing less than an accomplishment to have connected with such a wonderful line-up of inspiring women across India. Their IAGT community is growing rapidly and they couldn't be prouder. They look forward to hosting another edition soon.
Report : Anustup Kundu