Film Towards awareness building programs for cervical cancer


Nov, 2017: Cancer Awareness, Prevention and Early Detection (CAPED) is working towards creating awareness of women centric cancers, with specific focus on Cervical Cancer. Cervical Cancer is the largest killer within women’s cancers in India. ​ India also has the unwanted distinction of being the country with the largest incidence of Cervical cancer deaths. Aiming to make a small difference in the country’s cancer statistics, while building awareness, CAPED is all set to organize the second edition of the musical “I Have a Dream” at Shri Ram Center for Performing Arts, Delhi on 1st, 2nd and 3rd December 2017.

I Have a Dream’ is a romantic comedy with foot tapping music and songs by the eminent ABBA band. The play has been specially directed for CAPED to create awareness on cervical cancer and raise funds. With the theatre experience of a whopping 15 years, the director of the play, Ms Ritu R Chandra, has scripted, produced and directed a number of plays for schools and social organizations.

The play is a musical adaptation of the movie “Mama Mia!” It revolves around a simple story of a young girl looking for her father. She has the unique position of choosing from three different men, as to who her father could be! The mesmerizing music, enthralling dance performance and a magnificent set make this theatrical work all the more fascinating.

The first edition of the play was held in Gurgaon in the month of April 2017 and the same received an immense response from the people. Because the play aimed at raising awareness about Cervical cancer, it also received a great media coverage from some of the eminent newspapers of the country. SRF Welfare Trust, Clix Capital, ColorBar USA, Forbes Marshall, Platinum Motorcorp, Fenesta Windows, were some of the partners and sponsors of the 1st edition of the play.

For the second edition of “I Have a Dream,” CAPED invites sponsors and partners as ‘Title’ Supporters, ‘Powered By’ Supporters, ‘Prime’ Supporters and ‘Supported By’ partners. These spots can be leveraged by the associated partners and supporters for branding and marketing during the event.

The tickets of the show will be available from the 1st week of November exclusively on

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