NephroPlus to organise ‘Talent Show’ online for Dialysis patients

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NephroPlus calls for entries from the people undergoing Dialysis to participate in the third season of its flagship program ‘Guests Got Talent’ Season-3.

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The entry for this unique contest started on September 23 and will run for a month. The contest aims to explore creativity and provide an opportunity for dialysis patients to showcase their skill and capabilities. 

Dialysis patients with zeal to showcase their talent despite all odds can upload their file on NephroPlus’ Facebook / Twitter page (https:// www.facebook.com/NephroPlusDialysisNetwork/) with the hashtag #GuestsGotTalent3 / #NephroPlus. The patient would need to submit a one-minute video clip or picture demonstrating their talent along with their name, contact details, dialysis centre and the city. Every week NephroPlus will upload the entries received from the participants on their social media page until the end of the talent hunt program on October 30, 2020.

An eminent set of a jury from the Television & Media Industry would be a part of the selection panel to identify 3 winners from the finally shortlisted entries and NephroPlus would felicitate each award winner with a cash prize and an opportunity to be featured in a Radio channel interview.

Speaking about the talent show Founder and CEO of Nephroplus Vikram Vuppala, said, “It is indeed a great moment for all of us at NephroPlus to host the third season of ‘Guests Got Talent’ post the phenomenal response received from the first two seasons. We believe that every individual in its personal capacity has some special talent, however, in case of these patients, their disease becomes their identity and we want them to move away from this thought and believe in themselves. With this unique one of the kind contest in the world, we aim to provide a platform to all dialysis individuals and I am extremely delighted to watch people on dialysis unleashing their creative side and showcase their talent publicly.”  

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