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Vikrant More felicitates lovely Niharica Raizada in IPI Awards 2022

On October 28, 2022, the Iconic Pride of India, or IPI Award, 2022, was held in Andheri West, Mumbai, Maharashtra.

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Mumbai: On October 28, 2022, the Iconic Pride of India, or IPI Award, 2022, was held in Andheri West, Mumbai, Maharashtra. IPI was started in the memory of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, who worked for the betterment of society till his last breath. IPI awards have been started to pay tribute to him. Every year, the Iconic Pride of India honours 100 people from various states across India in the categories of Art, Cinema, and Social Activist.People get awards for their talents.

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The chief guests invited to IPIA 2022 have a successful career in their respective fields. Ex-ACP Nivritti Kadam, NT Kadam, Crime Branch Maharashtra, Choreographer Jyoti D. Tomar (National Award Winner for Padmavat), and Actress Niharica Raizada were among the honorees and speakers.These respected and successful people really glorified the events. 

 

Sheetal Kharatmal, winner of The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, Padma Sri Dr. Kalpana Saroj, Mr. Brijesh Gurnani, Actress Niharica Raizada, and actor and writer Qaseem Haider Qaseem are among the people who got the award.

 

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The IPIA was founded by Vikrant More, a renowned director and producer. He founded the award ceremony in the memory of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. The event was a success. The event was followed by a press conference in which the chief guests appreciated Vikrant More for his efforts to encourage and acknowledge the talented people and how successfully he organised the award. This award is given to those who truly deserve it. Vikrant More felicitates talented people who have worked hard, unlike the paid award ceremonies. He wants to motivate artists from slum areas who really work hard but don’t get appreciated enough; artists who actually work hard in the industry and make good projects.

 

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