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In Pics: Mamaearth and Femina present Beautiful Indians 2022

Beautiful Indians 2022 award, presented by Mamaearth and Femina, is a search for unsung goodness ambassadors for their good deeds. 

Ghazal Alagh, Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer, Mamaearth, said, "People don't remember us for our looks or clothes, they remember us for how we make them feel or how we helped them through a situation. Understanding that goodness is what we look for around us, we built Mamaearth on the philosophy of Goodness Inside, where we are not just adding goodness to our products but are also adding goodness to the world through our initiatives. While we made our products good with no toxins, we did good for the environment through plant goodness and plastic positive initiatives, it was time we celebrated goodness in our fellow humans, and that's how the thought of Beautiful Indians came to being."

Ambika Muttoo, Editor-in-Chief, FEMINA said, "In tough times, good deeds are crucial in instilling faith and hope amongst people. Through this initiative, we want to bring forward inspiring stories that encourage people to be more compassionate."

Several Bollywood celebrities dazzled on the red carpet at the event. Take a look at the pictures...

Vaani Kapoor
Photo courtesy: Pallav Paliwal

Vaani Kapoor looks fab in off shoulder Black gown.

Taapsee Pannu
photo courtesy: Pallav Paliwal

Taapsee Pannu looks gorgeous in Indian attire.

Ranveer Singh
Photo courtesy: Pallav Paliwal

Ranveer Singh serves a perfect dapper look in a black suit.

Esha Gupta
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Esha Gupta casts magic in her glam black attire.

Tejasswi Prakash
Photo courtesy: Pallav Paliwal

Bigg Boss 15 winner actress Tejasswi Prakash was a stunner in black gown.

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