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Global Glory Awards 2023 was a Star-Studded Inaugural Night with Bhagyashree Dasani as Chief Guest

The much-anticipated “Global Glory Awards” made its dazzling debut on the evening of November 8, 2023, at the luxurious Grand Peninsula Mumbai. This premiere event was a night to remember, celebrating excellence in various industries and graced by the esteemed Bollywood actress Bhagyashree Dasani as the Chief Guest.

The “Global Glory Awards” was presented by Saakshat Entertainment, organized by Ram Kumar Pal and Shailesh Patel (Mumbai Raftaar) and generously sponsored by Rising Star Communication. The event also received support from Chitresh Soni and Dr. Raj Kale, with event and celebrity management by Fnx India. Notably, Shri Abhijit Rane, a prominent figure in the Kamgar Union, and Saurav Sharma of Saurav Entertainment, played key roles in making this event a reality.

The guest list for the “Global Glory Awards” was nothing short of impressive. The red carpet was graced by Lata Saberwal, Sreejita De, Aniruddh Dave, Mitaali Nag, Taher Shabbir, Adil Khan Durrani, Navneet Malik, Sanaya Pithawala , Charul Malik and many more celebrities from the, OTT, television, socialite, and bureaucratic circles, creating a red-carpet extravaganza attended by VIPs from various domains.

While the event has come to a close, the memories and the recognition it bestowed upon deserving individuals will continue to be cherished. The “Global Glory Awards 2023” has undoubtedly left its mark in the industry, and Bhagyashree Dasani’s presence as Chief Guest added an extra touch of glamour and importance to this exciting inaugural event. It is a night that will be remembered for years to come.

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