Dome Entertainment and Cineyug pay tribute to Mumbai Police at Umang 2020

MUMBAI:: Following the grand success last year, Dome Entertainment in collaboration with entertainment giant Dome Entertainment and Cineyug organised Umang 2020 on Sunday, the 19th of January 2020 and paid a beautiful tribute to Mumbai Police. The event was a star studded affair with all the big names from the Hindi film industry in full attendance.

The event held in BKC, Mumbai appreciated the immense contribution by the Mumbai Police force along with recognizing their heroic deeds everyday towards keeping the city safe. The gala event saw some stellar performances by several leading film stars and artistes. Bollywood icons like Dharmendra, Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Rani Mukherjee, Madhuri Dixit, Katrina Kaif, Sonakshi Sinha, Sunidhi Chauhan, Shreya Ghoshal among others stars graced the evening.

There were performances by multiple stars from the Bollywood industry and the total amount raised was contributed to the Police Fund. Also the Mumbai Police Calendar 2020 was launched by yesteryear’s superstar Dharmendra along with the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackrey.

Commenting on the grand event, Mazhar Nadiadwala, Managing Director, Dome Entertainment and Cineyug said, “We feel privileged to host the event of such scale year on year. It is our sheer hard work and dedication towards making every event a success that has given us the recognition we have today. The achievement of this event is a testament to our expertise and experience in making every occasion a grand one. It is an honour to share the stage with the Police force who displays enormous courage every day for our safety. We hope that the event lived up to the expectations of the Mumbai Police and we look forward to organizing more such events for them.”

Sanjay Barve, Commissioner, Mumbai Police said, “It was an evening to remember for us. Umang is more than just an event for us. the function which has become an annual of the Mumbai police is that effort to raise funds for a noble cause of supporting the needy people of the Mumbai police. It is a celebration of each and every men and women in the police force. Dome and Cineyug, like every year, made it extremely special and we did get a memorable experience to take back with us. Only a brand of such scale can pull off Umang with such finesse.”

Umang is an annual charity show, which is organised by the Mumbai Police for the police force and their families. it was conceptualised by Dome Entertainment and Cineyug, which managed and executed it.

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