It was indeed ‘raining’ at Whitefield on the 30th of April!! It was RAINING CHUCKLES!!!

RAINING CHUCKLES

RAINING CHUCKLES

We had a hilarious evening with some of Bangalore’s finest comedians Sundeep Rao, Sumukhi Suresh, Vamisdhar Bhogaraju in support of Vocational Training for adults with Intellectual Challenges, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Autism provided at Diya Foundation. Our host for the evening was the talented Rupen Paul.

Sundeep Rao

Sundeep Rao was our headlining act who cracked up the audience with his witty anecdotes about people from all walks of life.

Sumukhi Suresh

Sumukhi Suresh tickled our funny bone with her insight on the dramatic Indian family.

Vamsidhar Bhogaraju

Vamsidhar Bhogaraju shared his hilarious thoughts on people he meets in his daily life.

Rupen Paul

Rupen Paul gave some brilliant and totally relatable content on being middle class.

We had a brilliant lot of people who came out to support us from different parts of the city. Peals of laughter and loud guffaws filled the air as our line up captivated our audience with amusing insights into their lives and the people around them. What added to the evening was the beautiful ambience at Opus – Out of the Box which gave the event a perfect setting.

Our audience

Our audience

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As a token of our appreciation, each audience member was given a chocolate handcrafted by our trainees at Diya. We received a lot of praise for these chocolates which was conveyed to our ecstatic trainees.

Cashew chocolates handcrafted by the trainees at Diya

Cashew chocolates handcrafted by the trainees at Diya

Our first of its kind event was a huge success due to the support we received from our talented comedians, venue host Opus – Out of the Box and our wonderful audience.  We are extremely thankful for the support we have received and we are looking forward to meeting all of our supporters again.

Thank you for supporting Diya Foundation.

Thank you for making a difference in the lives of our adults with intellectual challenges.

Thank You

Thank You!!!