Young Global Leaders Invited to Indie Film Screening on Equality at U.N.

New York, N.Y. The SPICE-Indian club is proud to invite all Young Global Leaders to a special movie screening of “The Last Color” on Friday, July 12, 2019, located at the United Nations Headquarters. The SPICE – Indian club aim is to raise awareness to end all forms of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere by achieving gender equality.


The Young Global Leaders will have the opportunity to meet Michelin Chef Vikas Khanna and Indian Actress Neena Gupta. “The Last Color” has been officially selected at more the forty film festivals around the world.



Vikas Khanna is an internationally acclaimed Chef. Khanna has worked at  Salaam Bombay and the Café at the Ruben Museum of Art. Vikas has been featured amongst the ten most influential chefs in the world by The Deutsche Welle and Gazette Review.



Award-winning – Indian actress, Neena Gupta, is known for her work as a director and art house commercial films. Gupta gained Global recognition for starring as a mid-aged pregnant woman in the comedy film “Badhaai Ho” for which Gupta won awards and was nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actress.

5685249553_742b196ae5Vikas Khanna with Bill Clinton at the Clinton Initiative. Photo: Wikipedia Commons.

The Jay Dudley Luce Foundation invites you to a story of rebirth, Love and friendship, women empowerment, and a story of every woman’s right to dignity and color.  Please join us at the screening of ” The Last Color” Q&A session with celebrity Chef, writer, and Director Vikas Kanna, Bollywood Actress Neena Gupta & Other surprise celebrities, on Friday, July 12, 2019, Located at the United Nation Headquarters, Conference room 2 at 6 pm.

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Any participant interested please RSVP by July 5th, be advised that you can invite up to two guests, please bring a government ID.

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