Dillano's upscale social gathering witnessed various dignitaries; former Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh, socialites like Sonal Jindal, Meenakshi Sood Dutta, Dolly Grover, Annu Kapoor, Alma Ranchal, Manu Mamta and Roshni Thakur graced the occasion with their presence. The event was further delighted with the presence of Ranjana Kumari, Director, Centre for Social Research and Lajjoo, wife of Balumuene Nkuna Francois, President of Congo and Srilanka. 25% of the revenue from this exhibition bequeathed to ‘Deep’.
Elated with the inauguration of ‘Deep’, Chitwn D. Malhotra, Jewellery Designer& Founder of the Dillano and Deep Charitable Trust said, “Dillano which brings smile in the face of many rich and pretty women is equally thoughtful for the women living in extreme destitute. Right from the inception of Dillano we were taking small but frequent steps in helping the downtrodden and dejected people. By the grace of the God and love of you people Dillano is growing tremendously and so is our responsibility towards the society that is why to focus on our social responsibilities, we decided to form Deep.”
“Our new collection, Leopard is the symbol of courage, optimism and grace and these attributes somehow reflects our culture and philosophy too in serving the customers and serving the society.” Malhotra further added.
Speaking at the occasion, Chief Guest Salman Khurshid said, “Deep charitable trust is a part of Dillano's sincere and committed CSR activities for underprivileged women and children. It is a great move and a zealous effort by Malhotra to lend a hand for the destitute at such a glamorous and high profile jewellery exhibition.”