Beauty queen makes difference during pandemic

Runs campaign for needy

Beauty queen makes difference during pandemic
Beauty queen Rhythm Randhawa. Rhythm's NGO Fikarmand Kissan Welfare Society, has done yeoman's service during the COVID 19 pandemic.

Mohali: Mohali girl Rhythm Singh Randhawa who passed out from Yadavindra Public School(YPS), here, has many beauty pageants under her belt at a very young age. The ravishing lass has won Miss Punjab 2017, Top Model Worldwide India 2018, Miss International Tourism India 2018 and Miss Femina India Shining Star 2019 titles. Rhythm’s beauty is not just skin deep, she is making a difference through ‘meaningful social work’ even in these trying times.
Rhythm was always passionate about doing something which could help people in need. It is to achieve this motive that she co founded an NGO Fikarmand Kissan Welfare Society(FKWS) in 2018 with her mother. Today, FKWS provides child education especially to girls, takes care of the health of the elderly and conducts campaigns for the benefit of farmers.
Says Rhythm,“I decided to use the platform of FKWS to help those in need during the COVID 19 pandemic. I rallied around like minded people and started a campaign to distribute essential items to those who were in dire requirement of these. We are distributing masks and sanitizers by following all safety precautions to the underprivileged and to people who don’t have access to these. I also created an online campaign to focus on the mental health in these trying times, as this is the need of the hour. This is being done by spreading positive messages through social media. Not just this, my initiative is also reaching out to rural people and providing them with the opportunity of an extra income by teaching them how to make home-made masks to fight COVID 19.”

In is noteworthy that in the campaign spearheaded by Rhythm, children from Patiala’s Deaf & Dumb School, were provided help. The philanthropic activities also spread out to Moga district in Punjab and Mohali. Not just tricity and Punjab, the campaign spread its wings to even Pune and capital New Delhi.
Meanwhile Rhythm is all set to make her acting debut in a music video track ‘Tadke Supna Aaya’ opposite singer Jashan Singh. She has also been offered roles in upcoming Punjabi film projects and a web series.
Rhythm has set an example for other beauty pageant winners by giving back to society in these testing times through her NGO.  She has via her campaign during the COVID crisis helped the needy and poor.
Sums up Rhythm,“I want our youth to utilize their time in the right direction. The idea is to motivate them to become relevant by undertaking socially beneficial activities in these extraordinarily troubled times of COVID 19.”