Pranaya Wasan's Equal NGO presents a charity conclave to promote equality with TV and entertainment stars

Mumbai : Many teenagers her age enjoy hanging out with friends, eating delicious food, partying, pulling pranks in college and school, and so on. Meet Pranaya Wasan, 14, who has gone above and beyond with her non-governmental organisation (NGO) 'Equal' to spread the message and awareness of equality among the country's masses.

A grand special charity conclave was held at Estella in Mumbai's Juhu, where the who's who of television and entertainment, as well as renowned personalities and business leaders, were invited to discuss the nuances of equality, balance, and inclusion, as well as the launch of Pranaya's NGO Equal. The event also honored those who inspire, empower and achieve.

Pranaya is only a teenager, but her ideas are mature. Pranaya, at such a young age, decided to give back to society through her Equal NGO. Equal is an Instagram platform created by Pranaya to spread knowledge among people who are aware of one equality (gender equality) two years ago.

"I wanted to help people through my NGO and create a platform where equality could be discussed openly," said Pranaya Wasan, founder of Equal NGO. "People are aware of gender equality, but I'm talking about equality in gender, race, religion, income, living conditions, and so on." "I received enthusiastic support from my mother and father for the establishment of the Equal NGO."

Well-known television and entertainment industry personalities such as Kashmira Shah, Tanaaz Irani, Archana Kochhar, Rohit Verma, Vahbbiz Dorabjee, Tanvi Thakkar, Nisha Jamwal, Nisha Rawal, Tannaz Irani, and others attended the charity conclave to support Pranaya Wasan in her unique endeavor in launching the Equal NGO.

"The majority of the teens like to party, go to restaurants, wear branded garments, etc., but Pranaya Wasan is a different soul," Tanvi Thakkar and Vahbbiz Dorabjee, who are staunch supporters of Equal NGO, said. We are here to support Pranaya in her efforts to promote equality in the country and wish her the best in her future endeavors."

"There should be no inequality in this country," Tannaz Irani stated. “It is so great to see such a young teenpreneur spreading awareness to the youth of India on Equality, supporting the cause - Reshmaa Ajbani. Even LGBTQ people are human beings with desires and dreams. If your child is born with sexual deformities, you will not abandon him or her, but will instead hug them and tell them, "I am with you." Pranaya's Equal NGO is doing fantastic work in spreading the word about equality, and we are here to support her cause wholeheartedly."

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