1st NE Unsung Heroes Red Carpet Social Award 2019 on Nov 15

1st NE Unsung Heroes Red Carpet Social Award 2019 on Nov 15
Nov 10 (Agencies) | Publish Date: 11/10/2019 12:33:01 PM IST

 1st Northeast Unsung Heroes Red Carpet Social Award 2019 is getting bigger, 2019 chapter will be presented by Find Studio & Seil in Mumbai on November 15. Mumbai will witness the biggest extravaganza of this year where around 32 Unsung Heroes of 8 states of North East India who will be recognized for their silent contribution to the society in the presence of Governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari and Union Minister of State (I/c) Youth Affairs & Sports, Kiren Rijiju and many other sports personality, Bollywood celebrities and change -makers of the country. 

Founder Rebecca Changkija Sema is quite excited to see her brain- child growing every year.  

“We all have a moral obligation to raise one another and I am thrilled to watch where our people will be felicitated for their honest hard-work which has been not identified by others yet.  This is our humble effort to encourage each unsung heroes of NE region. We have 3 Awardees per state in the Field of (Sports, Education, Art & Culture, Entertainment, and Entrepreneur)” she said.

From Nagaland there were 16 nominations, we have 5 Juries and they have taken all the decisions, Juries are Principal Scientist, Dr. Rupam Sharma, technical director National Informatics Center, Govt of India, Ireni Akoijam, Journalist/Author, Samudra Gupta Kashyap and Film Director/Writer and social activities and community leader, Akashaditya Lama. Founder Rebecca Changkija Sema started the journey a year back in her home state Nagaland and followed by Sikkim in 2018. 

Co-organizers are Jutikaa Mahanta, Shiraz Henry, Pavi R. Shakya, Sujata Pradhan, Ashibo Chishi Swu and Ankita Tiwari.

Three Awardees from Nagaland are Toyi Swuro from Phek. He has always been fond of shoes, while putting up in a small room in his native Phek town in Nagaland, the 25-year-old youth would often repair footwear for poor school kids who could not afford them, free of cost; Rose Longchar from Dimapur, first Nagameses film actress to feature in Bollywood movie, acted in Nagamese, Nepali and Hindi movies. She was turned down by many people, instead of being discourage she crossed all the obstacles in her way. 

Today Rose Longchar is affectionately known as ‘Shehero’; and Menuodilhou Maurice Üsou from Nerhema Village, Kohima, a taekwondo black belt 4 degree who won 82 medals in National and International level. He also recently represented India for World championship in Bulgaria. 


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