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Padman – Event Review

Padman – Event Review

If you don’t hesitate and happy to bleed then you should read this out and keep your thumbs up for this beautiful event. Yes, today i am sharing a my feelings, thought about padman event review. This was one of the best event when you get a chance to talk about real and genuine things and spread the awareness about it.

“Happy To Bleed”


Some things are natural and that we can’t change. Then why do we feel guilt, shame about them. If we bleed then it’s not a shameful thing. There must be some reasons that’s why we bleed it’s a natural cycle in our body. On Sunday, 18th February, Those In Need organized ‘Pad Man with someone special’, movie party event for underprivileged kids who have never been to a movie before. Those In Need believes that educating our young minds from the beginning,

Especially on such a sensitive topic will make our society better and more sensitive tomorrow. With that in mind, Those In Need wanted to educate everyone about the need to focus on the menstrual health.


This is really a proud moment to be a part of any social event and teach others to respect the things and spread the awareness. I really feel glad to teach existing generation (girls and boys) about periods.

I would like to give a special thanks to Akshay, Twinkle to give us a chance to talk about it publicly and don’t be shy, just happy to bleed.

Event Details

School – Penchan, Kilkari and shades of happiness
Place – PVR Rivoli in Connaught Place
Time – 8.00 AM
Gathering – 300+

Accordingly, around 300+ girls from Pehchan – The Street School, Kilkari and Shades of Happiness joined the Those In Need team for the event. Everyone gathered in Connaught Place at around 8:00am at PVR Rivoli in Connaught Place. Amidst laughter and the many, many selfies, the kids went into the movie hall. Afternoon movie screening of Pad Man, filled with popcorns and what not, enthralled the audience. The kids left the theatre enlightened and educated.

Says Jaya, a girl for Shades of Happiness,“Apna swasth apne haantho mein hai. Humko apna khayal rakhna chahiye” (Our health is in our hands. We should always take care of ourselves). This was an enriching experience for all who were a part of it.


A big shout-out was given to the Those In Need team for seamlessly managing the event – from pick up to drop of 80+ girls. A teacher with Kilkari said, “It is so nice to such a caring group of people. We did not even have to get involved in any organizing and monitoring. The children enjoyed very much”. Rimi, a volunteer with Those In Need, added,” It was so much fun watching a movie with these lovely girls. I had so much fun.”

This was the third such movie event for Those In Need, and they are planning to organize a lot more events to raise awareness on various issues in the society.


I also decided to take a step from home then teach others, first I will teach my kids (girl and boy) both about periods and tell them how important it is and how We should always take care of ourselves. Thank you so much for inviting me. Looking forward more and more invitation for all events.


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