India’s ‘Model’ CEO, Devita Saraf stole our hearts from the ramp at Shaina NC’s show

Posted by: at 3/01/2017 05:27:00 am

India’s ‘Model’ CEO, Devita Saraf stole our hearts from the ramp at Shaina NC’s show

Held at the NSCI Dome Mumbai, Shaina NC and Abu Jani–Sandeep Khosla showcased their collection as many celebrities walked the ramp, but one celebrity that stood out and sparkled the Bollywood celebrity walk was none other than the Founder and CEO of Vu Technologies, Devita Saraf who made the audience turn their heads with her ravishing presence. India’s ‘Model’ CEO, Devita Saraf, brought her trademark charisma and confidence to the ramp and dazzled in a lime green and pearl saree with diamond and ruby jewelry from H.Ajoomal. Unapologetically herself, her spunky side was very much visible when she blew a kiss to her friends in the front row at Shaina NC’s Fashion Show for Cancer Patient Aid Association.

Stealing millions of hearts from the ramp to Vu’s success story of acquiring a million customers, Devita does have many reasons to smile as the company is close to hitting revenue of Rs.500 Cr this March. Rumours are that the company is now the 4th largest TV brand in India, after the exit of Toshiba, and is close on the heels of global competitors. The company is geared for further success with Devita leading the way.

Devita urged people to support and contribute towards the cause. She quoted “I stand here in front of you with a purpose and urge you to make a generous contribution towards CPAA. Their fate remains in our hands of those who can afford to help them with their medical care, and our contributions will open new doors to these patients to live a full and healthy life again”. Fashion designer, social worker and politician Shaina NC, who has long been associated with CPAA, worked closely with this charity event and added valuable contribution towards the organization to raise funds for the treatment of cancer patients.
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