On December 9, 2015, a team of researchers at the Indian Foundation Television (IFTTT) found that if you invest in the K-Pop superstar and entrepreneur Sonam Kapoor’s foundation tv program, you can get some great perks.
The foundation tv programme, which has been in production for the past five years, has been airing every Thursday for the last two years.
According to a press release, this programme has “comprehensive coverage of Sonam’s life, career, philanthropic work, and philanthropic initiatives”.
The show is presented by Sonam, a woman who has been making music and business for the most part since she was 15 years old.
A recent news report by The Wall Street Journal revealed that the KPop star’s foundation had received more than Rs 1,000 crore (about US$1,100,000) from the KKR Group since 2014, which was in turn donated by various investors including Google Ventures.
Sonam is currently working with Google Ventures to create the Foundation’s first TV show, the Foundation TV.
According the press release by the IFTTT, Sonam had made the foundation tv so that the people of India could understand what was happening around them, and to learn about the causes of the issues that the society is facing.
What to know about K-pop star Sonam: Who is Sonam?
Born in 1983 in India, Sonom Kapoor is the youngest of the four daughters of legendary Indian actor-politician, Bollywood legend, Sushil Kapoor.
The K-Punk star was a household name in the 1990s and early 2000s, with a huge following in India and around the world.
The music business is Sonom’s second career after becoming a singer and songwriter.
His first, and most successful, film, The Karan Johar Story, was released in 2016.
Sonom is also a member of the KPRI-backed Foundation TV and has been a spokesperson for the KPV Foundation, the foundation he founded in 2005, which is the global flagship of the Bollywood actor’s philanthropic and business interests.
He is also the co-founder of the Indian Federation of Indian Artists, and is a member and trustee of the Foundation of India.
How does the Kpop star’s Foundation TV programme work?
The programme is presented in three parts.
Part 1: Sonam and Sonam Foundation’s Mission: Sonom will introduce the programme and share his vision for India.
Part 2: Sonum: The programme explores the issues surrounding poverty and social injustice.
Part 3: Sonem Foundation’s Legacy: The KPVS Foundation, which includes the Foundation Television, is the foundation of Sonom.
What’s the history of K-Music?
Sonam was a vocal and creative leader for K-Boys, a group of Kollywood superstars, from his early years.
The group formed in 1984.
Since then, the group has released four studio albums and produced over 200 singles and videos.
The Foundation TV show is the first of its kind to explore the issues of the socio-economic issues facing India, and will be presented by the KPMG Foundation, a private non-profit organization, which also supports K-Town and the Foundation.
Sonami Kapoor, the KPG member, told The Wall St. Journal that the programme is about exploring the issues in the society, and that K-Stars should not only be known for their music, but also their philanthropy and activism.
“We want to show the Indian public how K-stars have been working in this country,” said Kapoor in the press call.
The programme will also highlight the Foundation K-Band’s commitment to the advancement of women in India.
What other K-Sports stars do Sonam play?
The KPG members said that Sonam has also been instrumental in the development of other Kollywood stars.
“He has been the main catalyst behind our music careers.
He has been instrumental for us in getting our first album released,” Kapoor said.
“When I was working with the KPNV, I asked him to help me get our first EP released,” the founder of the foundation TV said.
He also noted that the foundation was very much a family and the members were all very close.
“I am very grateful for all that he has done for the Foundation.”
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