Stars turning out for Modi’s reception in New York

New-YorkA number of big stars are turning up for the proposed reception being hosted by Indian-American community Foundation for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New York during the PM’s trip to United States later this month.

Young Indian-American pop star sensation Anjali Ranadive, popular playback singer Kavita Subramaniam along with renowned violinist L Subramaniam would perform at the reception hosted in the honour of Indian Prime Minister.

Ranadive, the daughter of the Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive, would sing the US anthem while Kavita Subramaniam would lend her voice to the Indian anthem.

Modi will also deliver a speech at the event to be held at the historic Madison Square Garden on September 28.

Anand Shah, a spokesperson of IACF said in a statement that said a spectacular laser light show, holograms of India’s historical luminaries, and live folk dances will precede Modi’s speech.

“The time has come for the world’s most significant democracies – India and America – to join together on a platform of mutual respect and shared values,” added Anand Shah.

Medaram Jathara

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