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Pictures Speak: Moments from Patrika Group Concerned Communicator Awards

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Pictures Speak: Moments from Patrika Group Concerned Communicator Awards

This year, once again the creative fraternity has had one of the best years at the Patrika Group Concerned Communicator Awards, with a specific social message and portrayal of real-life things, combined with intricate story-telling.

Organised by Patrika Group, this year’s Concerned Communicator Award (CCA) were held in Mumbai on July 25. Over 2,000 national entries and over 50 international entries were received this year, of which two stood as CCA winners, one Special Recognition and one Best International Entry. This year, a Special Category - Malnutrition has been introduced and an entry is addressed as ‘Best Effort for Trying.’ However, to maintain the quality of the Award and to motivate the participants for better work, no winner was declared in this category.

A conversation with Shahrukh Khan was also held at the Awards ceremony, wherein the actor spoke about his views on various topics with McCann Worldgroup’s Prasoon Joshi. 


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