Ranveer Singh to be seen in conversation with Jaggi Vasudev at IIM-B alumni association’s leadership conclave
Ranveer Singh joins Prakash Padukone, Aakash Ambani and Karan Johar among others in the third edition of the annual leadership conclave hosted by IIM-B Alumni Association.
Bollywood star Ranveer Singh will be seen in conversation with renowned spiritual leader Jaggi Vasudev at IIMBue in Bangalore on 21 July.
Deccan Chronicle reports the Padmaavat star joins Prakash Padukone, Aakash Ambani and Karan Johar among others in the third edition of the annual leadership conclave hosted by IIM-B Alumni Association.
The event will also include interactions featuring Ravi Venkatesan, Saul Singer and Dr Devi Shetty.
IIMBue has emerged as a platform for thought provoking sessions with policy makers, corporate honchos and notable leaders. More than 800 people are expected to take part in the two-day conclave, scheduled to take place on 20 and 21 July. The theme for this year's event is 'Sensing The Future'.
Nirmala Sankaran, co-convenor of the leadership conclave, said in a statement: “Since its inception in 2015, our vision has been to make IIMBue the leadership conclave of southern India. The overwhelming response to the first two editions gave us the confidence to scale this year’s event to a truly international one, with participation from renowned global speakers...We have got the best and the brightest minds across domains on one platform, to help sense the future and develop a shared understanding of the tectonic changes we are experiencing geopolitically, economically, technologically and societally.”
Ranveer is currently shooting for Rohit Shetty's Simmba. He has two more films in his kitty Gully Boy and 83.
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