DS-MAX Anniversary Celebration 2017

6 years ago

DS-MAX Anniversary Celebration 2017

19th June – the anniversary of DS-MAX Properties and, coincidentally, the birthday of its beloved Chairman – Dr. K. V. Satish

Every year this day is celebrated by DS-MAX Group with great pomp and show. This year was no different.

Customers, employees, dignitaries and the various celebrities who attended had a gala time at the 12th Anniversary of DS-MAX Properties. The event was filled with supercalifragilisticexpialidocious acts – a hilarious stand-up comedy, a beautifully co-ordinated Bharatnatyam dance, a dazzling laser show to name a few which were succeeded by the facilitation of Yogashree Awards & Kalashree Awards and the distribution of gifts to the “Flat Patni offer” winners.

Dr. K.V. Satish, the Chairman of DS-MAX Properties, began the event by offering prayers to the gods for their blessings. The Chairman then gave a moving speech thanking all the employees and customers of DS-MAX Family before the Chief Guest along with the other directors of DS-MAX properties and he lighted the diya.

The star-studded ceremony was attended by notable luminaries and political figureheads like Smt. G. Padmavathi (Mayor of Bangalore), Shri K.S. Eshwarappa (Former Dep. CM, Karnataka), Shri Dinesh Gundu Rao (Working President of KPCC), Shri Basavaraj Shivalingappa Horatti (Foreign Minister and Member of Legislative Council, Karnataka), Shri Raju Gowda (S.T Yuva Morcha – State President) and various celebrities – Shri H.D Gangaraju (Producer), Shri Girish Kasaravalli (Actor, Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Composer, Lyricist), Shri K. Bhagyaraj (Actor, Director, Screenwriter, Producer), Smt. Ambika (Actress), Smt. Roopa Devi (Actress), Shri C Kalyan (Producer), Shri Ravi Kale (Actor) and Shri Pilot Baba (Spiritual Guru) among others.

The anniversary was also an excuse to recognize various personalities for their outstanding achievements and contributions to the Indian Film Industry. The awards recognized best talent from the cinema down south, cutting across Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam film circuit.