Kajol, Remo D'Souza, Raghav Juyal attend Malad Masti organised by MLA Aslam Shaikh

Mumbai (RBI), Dec 4: Malad Masti, an event that was attended by many celebs like Kajol, Vishal Jethva , Remo D'Souza, Raghav Juyal, Ali Asgar, Chinki Minki, Ridhimi Tiwari, Dr Anil Murarka, Sreerama Chandra, Baseer Ali, Madhur Sharma, Dhvani Bhanushali and others near Inorbit Mall, Malad West. The idea behind this event was how people should step out and meet friends, watch new things and enjoy, rather than just watch things on their mobile at home. The event is giving an opportunity to people to enjoy and spend a good weekend outside their homes.

Malad masti is not just an entertainment event but a means to connect entertainment and families and bring awareness.

MLA Aslam Shaikh said that the main aim and message of the event this year revolves around child abuse. It is important that people are made aware and children should be protected against evil forces in society.

The event was held at Inorbit Mall, New Link Road, Malad west. This is the 5th year of Malad Masti and it is being supported by Gold Medal Switches. Malad Masti is about the road activities that engages the public. From dances to kickboxing to children's activities to outdoor gym activities to health and wellness, etc., people found it engaging and fun filled. The event gave a wonderful opportunity to people to come out early on Sunday.

Kajol and Vishal Jethwa had come to promote their film Salaam Venky. Ali Asgar, Chinki Minki, Raghav Juyal, Remo D'Souza interacted with the crowd at the event.




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