Laughing Colours Bags Digital Partners Trophy At The 4th Bright Awards Held At NSCI

Two days back, 4th Bright Awards took place at NSCI Dome, Worli, Mumbai and along with that Yogesh Lakhani of Bright Outdoor Media celebrated his birthday. The event became the talk of the town as it was a star-studded one with popular faces from film and television world marked their presence. Along with the celebrities, corporate clients also marked their presence at the event.

Well, Laughing Colours being a well-known name in the digital world was also present at the function and not just this but the website has bagged a trophy in the best Digital Partners category. Yes, you heard it right! It is indeed a proud moment for the organization.


Laughing Colours is a one-stop destination which provides you wholesome entertainment along with many other things and it is progressing every passing day. The entire team is very happy with the latest achievement.

The well-known faces which were spotted at the event include Ritesh Deshmukh, Ranbir Kapoor, Sharman Joshi, Ranveer Singh, Rakhi Sawant, Raju Srivastav, Ragini Khanna, Astrologer Pawan Kaushik, Poonam Pandey, Vijay Darda, Aslam Shaikh, Tanisha Singh, Meet Brothers, Armaan Malik, Ganesh Acharya and others.

Along with that many popular celebs set the stage rocking with their electrifying performances. Actress Monica Bedi, Ekta Jain, Shree Rajput, Sanchiti Sakat, Jash from USA, Shabab Sabri, Yash Wadali and Shibani Kashyap performed for this grand event.

Amruta Fadnavis officially launched the poster of Marathi film Patil.


by Admin | Thu, Sep 27 - 05:45 PM

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