Nevanta calendar 2014 to empower women

MUMBAI: To start 2014 on a good and optimistic note, Nevanta Media has launched its 2014 limited edition calendar.

The calendar brings together actors from Bollywood and TV, leading and emerging designers, along with dynamic women entrepreneurs to raise money for charity.

Nevanta co-founder and CEO Gurpreet Sidhu said, "We always see the glamorous side of the fashion industry, but the Nevanta celebrity charity calendar brings out the human side. Everyone who worked on the calendar stepped forward to support Nevanta's cause of empowering women. We also added a twist by bringing in successful and fashionable women entrepreneurs to the mix. And we at Nevanta are proud that we could make all this happen and encourage people to contribute to a good cause."

Apart from stars like Evelyn Sharma, Hrishitaa Bhatt, Sanjjanna, and Parul Yadav other celebrities featuring in the calendar are Shibani Kashyap, Pooja Ruparel, Smita Gondkar, Sampada Vaze and women entrepreneurs like Nevales co-founder Sunija Rishi, Chumbak co-founder Shubhra Chadda and Rudraksh’s owner Rasika Wakalkar.

Known fashion designers like AD Singh, Namrata G, Nivedita Saboo, Ramesh Dembla and Nimirta Lalwani among others have extended their support to the calendar by dressing up the calendar girls.

The proceeds from the sale of the table top calendar will go to the Samarthanam Trust of the Disabled, to train and rehabilitate visually impaired girls and women.

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