Ex NCW Chairperson releases poster of ‘In Her Shoes; A journey within’

Excelsior Correspondent

NEW DELHI, Sept 4: Lalitha Kumarmangalam- former NCW Chairperson, released the poster of the play, In Her Shoes; A Journey Within, here today at her Delhi office.
`In her shoes, a journey within’, delves deep into the internal conflicts faced by an individual and those troubling emotions hidden under the carpet of the outer soul. The stage play `In Her Shoes; a journey within’ has been inspired by true case studies of Nupur Sandhu, who is only Serenity Surrender Therapist from Jammu & Kashmir who has recently been registered as a therapist of the Live Love Laugh Foundation, a mental health foundation of Deepika Padukone,
This enthralling play of one hour 10 minutes revolves around a female protagonist in her late 20’s reflecting her different emotions in different relations, that how people around the person shape its emotions, behavior and life course.
Everyone present for the poster release today, also shared their own narratives. It was a wonderful interaction and an enriching evening. The team was encouraged on Lalitha’s consent to witness the play at 5pm on 22nd September 2018 at Lok Kala Manch.
Nupur Sandhu , the writer and associate director, with Vineet Chopra, founder TGIST and Director, Vidushi Sukam, the protagonist, Payal Gupta costume and jewellery designer with Sanat Thukral of Pathways Ways World School , who is also a head of technology, of editorial board publication, and Kshitij Verma, who has covered international jazz festival, were there in the releasing ceremony
Pertinent to mention, Kumaramangalam is a graduate of St Stephen’s College, Delhi, with a degree in Economics, and has an MBA from Madras University. She runs an NGO named Prakriti. She was appointed Chairperson of the National Commission for Women on September 29, 2014. In one of her prominent interview, Kumaramangalam emphasized upon the need for constructing a healthy ambience that generates “respect” for women and also highlighted the requisite notions like “empowerment, autonomy and freedom” which is the dire need of the contemporary decade.