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Kadandale Suresh Bhandary honored by “Society Icon” award

Published On : 08 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai, October 08: Tulu-Kannadiga, a great leader of Bhandary community, one who takes the society towards the development- Kadandale Suresh Bhandary honored by the prestigious “Society Icon” award by Meghna Publishing Organization of Mumbai.

 

In a grand programme organized at Taj Star Hotel, the Bollywood actress Mugdha Ghodse, Gulshan Grover, Harsh Goenka and Ashok Dhamankar were presented the “Society Icon Award-2016” award to Mr Bhandary and wished good luck.

During the occasion, Bolywood actor Rakesh Roshan, R Madhavan and other celebrities, Shobha Suresh Bhandary, Anagha S Bhandary, Sourabh S Bhandary, famous hair stylist Dr. Shivarama K Bhandary and others were present.

 







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