New Delhi, January 13, 2019: Where the whole world is busy exploring life, there is life which remains under complete dark. The life of brutality and unheard voices. As the graph of gender equality, education and other such issues has seen a better phase when compared to past few years, there still lies a major portion unexplored.

Considering the fact, JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity came forward to unveil the vicious happenings and built social awareness by exclusively screening of ‘Love Sonia’ Movie at The Gallery Room. The new art inspired event space. A perfect venue to host art exhibitions and hi-end corporate events.

As Trafficking is perceived through an economic perspective of demand and supply.  Women and girls are the central commodity in this burgeoning market that makes huge profit trading innocent lives. Taking it forward, Mr Sandeep Gupta, Executive Director, Asian Hotels (West) Limited and FRC Trustee stepped in to discuss about the ongoing issues and bring light to the incidents that occur every day. He mentioned, “It is only by supporting such as the vital work of Foundation for Rebuilding Childhood (FRC) and its associated partners that we too can become agents of change, helping to give hope to children and young people and build more resilient communities.  I am proud to be able to host the viewing of Love Sonia as a Board member of FRC”.

Adding to it, Mr. Nitesh Gandhi, General Manager, JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity said, “My Team & I feel honoured to have this opportunity for being a part of this initiative. We need more efforts like this which contributes and helps to rebuild the most important phase of one’s life – Childhood. Thank you so much Ms. Nicola Wynne and Global Fund for Children for making us a part of this noble cause”.

The event was attended by Notable corporate heads and eminent personalities of Delhi city. ‘Love Sonia’, a movie based on real life incidents, highlighting the prevalence and brutality of sex trafficking. It tells the harrowing story of a young girl’s journey that started in a drought prone village in India where she and her family grappled with poverty and desperation. The tale unfolds in Mumbai’s dark underbelly where we find Sonia, played by new comer, Mrunal Thaker who has become entrapped in the horrific world of sex trade and prostitution.  The events that are described in this bold new film, directed by Tabrez Noorani and produced by David Womark forces the viewers to rethink where our society is heading.

Corporate Comm India(CCI NewsWire)