Mumbai (RBI), Nov.10: Diwali is a special festival for Indians and it's been celebrated with much fervor by everyone. There's happiness in the air as the festival of lights is around the corner. Mr Ronnie Rodrigues, CMD of Pearl Group of Companies, which had an addition recently, viz PBC Education and Financial Services Pvt Ltd, always celebrates this festival with the underprivileged and disadvantaged people around him. This year too he, elevated the happiness quotient of the Housekeeping staff, security personnel and menial staff of the entire Dheeraj Heritage premises where Pearl Group of Companies and PBC Education and Finanvial Services Pvt Ltd offices are located.
Actor Deepak Tijori attended this function despite ill health as he was in admiration of the cause. He said, 'It's astonishing that even in today's era people like Ronnie Rodrigues put other people's happiness above else. I have seen all these people's faces glowing with happiness. Ronnie Rodrigues' gesture is inspiring and I am overwhelmed meeting this interesting personality."
Actors Pankaj Berry, Aartii Naagpal Jyoti Saxena producer Nilesh Malhotra, singer-actor Arun Bakshi and music composer Dilip Sen were in attendance to support the cause.
Another feather in Ronnie Rodrigues' cap is that he's the only Boss to take his entire staff including office boys, messengers, drivers etc, on an International holiday. This year, too, he is taking an entire entourage comprised of staff from Pearl Group of Companies, CineBuster and PBC Education and Financial Services, to London to celebrate Diwali. On questioning about the same, he modestly replied, "I believe in giving rather than taking. The blessings received from all these people gives me extra power to excel in whatever I indulge in. The God might have chosen me as his messenger to help underprivileged people. I take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy Diwali.
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