India Today is bringing its youth summit in its digital avatar this time on July 25, Saturday, as ‘India Today e-Mind Rocks’.
The youth summit was a ground event for 10 years traveling to nine cities. This time it has been reinvented to unite all mind-rockers in one pan-India virtual event.
India Today e-Mind Rocks has lined up stars and youth icons. This edition will be held on India Today’s YouTube channel. The youth summit will go online to help the confined youth beat the lockdown blues. It will see a host of young faces candidly talk about their life, and their journey and inspirations to deal with the world that has changed.
India Today e-Mind Rocks 2020 will have 12 sessions. These sessions involving a line-up of star icons are interspersed in a range of topics across fitness, health, comedy and entertainment. This year the stars include Jacqueline Fernandez, Sonu Sood, Sonakshi Sinha, Rana Daggubati, Kusha Kapila, Papon, Rahul Bose, Bhuvan Bam, Sanya Malhotra and Armaan Malik.
Kiren Rijiju, Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs, will discuss the future of sports in the post-Covid world. There is also a special session with Lt Gen D S Hooda and Lt Gen Rakesh Sharma to discuss China, Covid-related health tips from Dr Samir Parikh and streaming stars Maanvi Gagroo and Sayani Gupta will satiate the variety and inquisitive youth mindset.
In the previous editions, in the on-ground avatar of the event, a galaxy of stars across politics, sports, cinema, entertainment, authors, etc., had enthralled the youth with their stories, insights, performances and success mantras. The e-Mind Rocks 2020 is expected to have a wider audience as they can log in from anywhere and free of cost.
The aim of this day-long event is to give young people the opportunity to listen to their icons – the real achievers who have struggled, overcome, and today are acknowledged leaders in their fields.
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